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Democracy is in crisis in Latin America. Brazil may be the next trouble spot.
Luis Schenoni is a PhD student in the Political Science Department at the University of Notre Dame.
The World’s System for Resettling Refugees Benefits the United States
Denis McDonough, formerly White House Chief of Staff during U.S. President Barack Obama's second term, is Executive Fellow in the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame.
How to Draw Faculty to Workshops? Make It Like a Game
G. Christopher Clark, assistant director of the Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Notre Dame, says badges appeal mostly to graduate students, who are seeking to showcase their skills.
How a Cold War nuclear deal turned sour
Long-time American Studies professor at Notre Dame, Bob Schmuhl, said it's also a chance to get another dig at former President Barack Obama.
We Must Help First-Generation Students Master Academe’s ‘Hidden Curriculum’
Notre Dame has offered its own version of the course, called "Exploring the Experiences of First Generation College Students," and two undergraduates there have formed a student organization called First Generation Notre Dame, known as 1stG ND.
Garth Brooks' Concert at Notre Dame Success Despite Weather
Bad weather tested the devotion of 84,000 fans who went to see Garth Brooks at Notre Dame Stadium over the weekend.
Russia condemns U.S. plan to withdraw from nuclear deal
Bob Schmuhl, University of Notre Dame professor or American Studies.
Notre Dame youth on Synod, the Sacred Heart and Mother Teresa
As the Synod of Bishops on Young People, Faith, and Vocational Discernment draws to a close, twelve students from the University of Notre Dame’s Center for Ethics and Culture’s Sorin Fellows program spent a week in Rome meeting with synod delegates, volunteering with the Missionaries of Charity, and traveling on pilgrimage to some of Rome’s historic churches.
China Greenlights ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Release, But It Might Not Shine At The Box Office
And while the film’s depiction of consumption and consumerism may go against “core socialist values,” that’s not necessarily a big deal for the government, said Xian Wang, a professor at Notre Dame who specializes in Chinese pop culture.
Democratic outreach to Latino voters doesn’t look much better than it did in 2016
“If Democrats assume that they can expect higher voter turnout based on feelings of political threat or angst without investing in voter mobilization, this will likely lead to disappointing electoral participation,” Ricardo Ramirez, a Notre Dame political science professor, told Vox.
Disenchanted Ph.D. Recipients, Take Solace: It Gets Better, New Research Suggests
At the University of Notre Dame, for example, doctoral students are encouraged to join writing-accountability groups.
Garth Brooks Announces Stadium Tour, CBS Concert Special
Country entertainer’s Notre Dame concert will be filmed for TV.
Opening the Word: The way of hope
Timothy P. O’Malley, Ph.D., is managing director of the McGrath Institute for Church Life.
Mothers searching for the disappeared get Notre Dame Award
The University of Notre Dame presented its 2018 Notre Dame Award Monday to a group of Mexican mothers who have led a tireless, yearslong search for missing loved ones.
To stem opioid crisis, investment coalition pressures supply chain
"The real value of this endeavor is increasing public awareness and putting pressure on companies to do the right thing," agrees Fr. Oliver Williams, a Congregation of Holy Cross priest and associate professor at the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business and an expert in business ethics.
Archbishop Óscar Romero and Pope Paul VI Are Made Saints
The Rev. Robert Pelton, 97, an expert in liberation theology and former missionary in Chile who traveled to Rome from Notre Dame, Ind., for the ceremony, said religious figures in El Salvador carried a lot of political importance during the conflict.
Trump pumped for midterm clash
Robert Schmuhl is professor emeritus of American Studies at the University of Notre Dame and an adjunct professor in the School of Law and Government at Dublin City University.
Perfectly preserved ancient shrine 'frozen in time' in volcanic ash for 2,000 years is found in the ruined city of Pompeii
Shrines were common to Roman households, Professor Ingrid Rowland, a historian at the University of Notre Dame, told the New York Times.
Synod struggles to hear the voice of people with disabilities
American lay woman Sarah Yaklic, who’s in Rome as director of the Grotto Network, a project of the University of Notre Dame, and assists Crux with social media as part of her work for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, said Francis has invited Catholics to “go out to the peripheries - not solely the geographic peripheries, but perhaps more importantly, the existential peripheries as well.”
Campus Notebook: Albertus Magnus College gets $2 million; University of Notre Dame announces award
The University of Notre Dame will award this year's Evangelium Vitae Medal, Notre Dame's lifetime achievement award for leaders in the pro-life movement, to the Women's Care Foundation, the university announced in an Oct. 7 press release.