Former White House chief of staff joins Notre Dame faculty
One of former President Barack Obama's top White House aides is joining Notre Dame's international affairs program.
Discovering the Limitations of Statues
Erika Doss, a professor in the American studies department at Notre Dame, pointed out that when the American revolution began New Yorkers pulled down a memorial to King George III in Bowling Green.
Taking a stand on Charlottesville, technology companies seek balance with free speech
“What they’re doing now, I think, is laudable, but it doesn’t come out of nowhere,” said Joseph Holt, a professor of business ethics at the University of Notre Dame.
Supernova’s messy birth casts doubt on reliability of astronomical yardstick
“When you’re trying to measure the expansion rate of the Universe to 1%, these subtle differences make you worry that maybe type Ia supernovae are throwing you off,” says Peter Garnavich, an astronomer at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana.