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Despite falling unemployment, America’s poverty rate just reached the highest level since the pandemic began
Since spring of 2020, real-time poverty data in the U.S. has been tracked every month by economists Bruce Meyer, from the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy, and James Sullivan of the University of Notre Dame’s Department of Economics and the Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities.
Conservative legal experts take up Apache Oak Flat religious freedom case
Stephanie Barclay, director of the Religious Liberty Initiative at the University of Notre Dame, worked on the case during her time at Becket.
Becoming American: This unaccompanied minor nearly drowned coming to the US. Now he has a new life in Florida
The foster care program overseen by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, known as the Unaccompanied Refugee Minor Program, has more stringent vetting and oversight than state-level foster care, said Lisa Koop, associate director of legal services at the National Immigrant Justice Center, a legal advocacy group that represents young immigrants.
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Professor Hui on U.S.-China Climate Talks, Taiwan Tensions
University of Notre Dame Associate Professor Victoria Hui, discusses the U.S.-China climate meetings, tensions with Taiwan.
Panel: Catholics, white Americans must reckon with their role in violence against Asian women
The shooter was acting on a combination of anti-Asian racism, misogyny and Christian theology around sexual purity, said Tang, a doctoral student in theology and peace studies at Notre Dame, in an April 8 panel hosted by Notre Dame's Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies.
China Rivalry Spurs Republicans and Democrats to Align on Tech Spending
The hearing featured testimony from academics at several universities, including Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Notre Dame and Mississippi State University, who focused on how to make more efficient use of federal research dollars.
Survey: Nearly 1 in 3 contribute to a crowdfunding drive
Charities could broaden their reach by asking supporters to tap their networks for gifts, says Lloyd Hitoshi Mayer, a professor of nonprofit law at the University of Notre Dame Law School.
Americans have a long history of waiting in line, but waiting for vaccinations feels different
University of Notre Dame sociologist David R. Gibson took a stab at describing these unspoken rules with his 2008 paper, “Doing Time in Space: Line Formation Rules and Resultant Morphologies.”
US colleges divided over requiring student vaccinations
At the University of Notre Dame, one of the latest schools to require student vaccinations, shots are still optional for workers.
More colleges make Covid vaccines mandatory for students
In just the last few days, Duke University, Brown, Northeastern University, the University of Notre Dame, Syracuse University and Ithaca College all announced that students returning to campus in the fall must be fully vaccinated before the first day of class.
More Colleges Say They'll Require Students To Have COVID-19 Vaccines For Fall
The University of Notre Dame; two Ivy League universities, Brown and Cornell; and Northeastern University in Massachusetts are among those requiring the vaccine for the fall.
Book Brief: A new thriller from Gianrico Carofiglio, plus new titles by Mel Giedroyc and Claire Fuller
In these 15 insightful pieces, Robert Kennedy’s daughter Kerry, former Bernie Sanders adviser Tad Devine, Obama speechwriter Cody Keenan plus regular Review writer Robert Schmuhl are among the contributors who look at JFK’s enduring legacy.
Notre Dame to require COVID-19 vaccination for fall attendance
The University of Notre Dame declared this week that it will require the COVID-19 vaccine as a condition for enrollment in the 2021-22 fall semester, joining a slate of other universities that plan to mandate vaccines for most students.
Apache tribe fights to save its centuries-old holy place
Notre Dame Law School's Stephanie Barclay talks to NBC News.
Johnson & Johnson dose allocation to fall 85% next week; Notre Dame latest university to require vaccination: Latest COVID-19 updates
The University of Notre Dame announced Thursday that it would become the latest college to require all students to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 for the fall semester.
Opioid abuse spiked during the pandemic. What can Congress do?
Major universities like Cornell, Rutgers, and Notre Dame are already requiring students to be vaccinated, and some airlines have floated vaccination requirements as well.
A growing number of US colleges and universities are requiring students to get Covid-19 vaccinations
Cornell, Brown, the University of Notre Dame, Northeastern, Syracuse University and Ithaca in New York and Fort Lewis College in Colorado have since made similar announcements, though all will make exceptions for medical or religious reasons.
Making Teamwork Work
Steve Reifenberg is an associate professor of the practice of international development at the University of Notre Dame’s Keough School of Global Affairs and co-director of the school’s Integration Lab.
U.S. Senate panel to hold hearing on tech bill to combat China
The hearing will include Kelvin Droegemeier, who headed the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy under President Donald Trump, University of Notre Dame Provost Marie Lynn Miranda and others including educators from Mississippi State University and the MIT Office of Open Learning.
Notre Dame Is The Latest University To Require Students To Get A Coronavirus Vaccine
The University of Notre Dame in Indiana has joined an increasing number of universities in announcing they will require students and faculty to receive a coronavirus vaccine before stepping on campus this fall.