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  1. Why Did Trump Plead The Fifth Amendment?—What We Do Know, What We Don't

    Jimmy Gurule, a Professor of Law at the University of Notre Dame, added that anything Trump said during his deposition "could be used against him in a criminal trial on charges related to allegations that he unlawfully inflated the value of his real estate properties in NYC."

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    Jimmy Gurulé

    Jimmy Gurulé

    Notre Dame Law School

  2. Longest Capitol Rioter Sentence & Alex Jones Verdict

    Former federal prosecutor Jimmy Gurule, a professor at Notre Dame Law School, discusses the longest sentence given to a Capitor rioter.

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    Jimmy Gurulé

    Jimmy Gurulé

    Notre Dame Law School

  3. How We Mourn Covid’s Victims

    “People died alone in hospitals, or their loved ones could not even see them or hold their hands, so maybe some of these memorials have to do with a better send-off,” said Erika Doss, a University of Notre Dame professor who studies how Americans use memorials.

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    Erika Doss

    American Studies

  4. Consumers Lower Their Expectations of Future Inflation

    Jason Reed, a professor at the University of Notre Dame, said food and gasoline prices are very visible and so have a large role in how consumers view the economy.

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    Jason Reed

    Jason Reed

    Mendoza College of Business

  5. How Clean is ‘Clean’ Hydrogen?

    “Right now it’s a completely meaningless term,” says Emily Grubert, who studies sustainable energy policy at the University of Notre Dame.

  6. I Used to Work on Cases Like Twitter v. Musk. Here’s What Will Happen Next.

    Samuel L. Bray, a professor at Notre Dame Law School who specializes in the law of legal remedies, told me over email that the court “would have a wide array of means to enforce its decision … The tools that the Court would have in its toolbox to ensure that compliance are varied. They include fines (so many dollars per day), the loss of certain legal arguments, seizure of property, imprisonment, and litigation costs and attorneys’ fees,” though Bray stressed that “courts would not use imprisonment unless they had to, and would be more likely to rely on fines and similar measures.”

  7. Ungrading Light: 4 Simple Ways to Ease the Spotlight Off Points

    A recent collection on the subject, edited by Susan D. Blum, a professor of anthropology at the University of Notre Dame, features lively essays by teachers who’ve all put their particular stamp on the practice of de-emphasizing or abolishing grades.

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    Susan Blum

    Susan Blum

    Anthropology

  8. Opening the Word: A response of faith

    Catherine Cavadini, Ph.D., is the assistant chair of the Department of Theology and director of the M.A. in theology degree program at the University of Notre Dame.

  9. If Trump were to lose again, would he succeed in overturning 2024 election?

    Robert Schmuhl is professor emeritus of American studies at the University of Notre Dame and adjunct professor at Dublin City University.

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    Robert Schmuhl

    Robert Schmuhl

    American Studies

  10. Pope's recent appointment of women is too little, too late

    Kathleen Sprows Cummings, professor of American Studies and the director of the Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism at the University of Notre Dame, called the pope's move "far too little" and "far too late."

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    Kathleen Sprows Cummings

    American Studies

  11. Notre Dame Goes Cashless for Campus Retail

    Cash is out at the University of Notre Dame, which announced Monday it was switching to a cashless system for campus retail units, effective Aug. 1.

  12. Is Latin a sacred language?

    Timothy P. O’Malley, Ph.D., is the director of education at the McGrath Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame.

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    Timothy O'Malley

    McGrath Institute for Church Life

  13. Why Biden is still mulling whether to roll back Trump's China tariffs to fight inflation

    Historically, the U.S. doesn't set trade policy because of short-term considerations such as inflation, said Jeffrey Bergstrand, professor of finance in the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame. 

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  14. Natural gas strategy tests Europe’s unity against Russia

    “Undoubtedly, there will be intra-European fights and struggles, and that could potentially be severe,” said Rudi Bachmann, a professor of economics at the University of Notre Dame.

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    Ruediger Bachmann

    Economics

  15. Notre Dame Adds $75M to Employee Compensation

    The University of Notre Dame added $75 million to the compensation of its employees, announcing $25 million extra on Thursday for hourly and salaried university staff, faculty and student workers.

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