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Forbes

February 16, 2020

5 Money Mistakes Not To Make With Your Midlife Partner

A working paper by three university professors (at UCLA, Notre Dame and University College London) found that long-term committed couples who pooled their money into joint bank accounts were happier in their relationships than those who didn’t.

MarketWatch

February 14, 2020

What do the world’s most successful people do when it’s time to retire?

When Thomas Schreier, Jr. graduated from the University of Notre Dame, more than three decades ago, he never envisioned that in his late 50s he’d be teaching a class there called “Designing an Inspired Life” and regularly walking the South Bend, Ind., campus as the founding director of the University’s Inspired Leadership Initiative.

The New York Times

February 14, 2020

Your Cheatin’ Wallet

I had committed what is known as “financial infidelity,” described by Emily Garbinsky, an assistant professor of marketing at the University of Notre Dame, as “engaging in a financial behavior expected to be disapproved of by one’s romantic partner, and intentionally failing to disclose this behavior to them.”

The Washington Post

February 14, 2020

South Sudan’s peace process faces a February deadline. Could last summer’s flooding actually help?

Matthew Hauenstein is a postdoctoral research associate at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies in the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame. Madhav Joshi is an associate research professor and associate director of the Peace Accords Matrix at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies in the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame.

Al Jazeera

February 12, 2020

Coronavirus: What do we know so far?

Interview with Joshua Eisenman, assistant professor at the University of Notre Dame.

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Associated Press

February 12, 2020

Gospel of Matthew’s message rings loudly for some 2020 Dems

Darren Dochuk, an associate professor of history at the University of Notre Dame, connected the Democratic engagement with Matthew 25’s message to a broader effort “to carry the mantle of a potentially, if not large but animated, progressive Christian left.”

Forbes

February 11, 2020

The Skinny On The Ongoing Morningstar Ratings Squabble

“We show that investors’ reliance on Morningstar has resulted in significant investment based on verifiably incorrect reports by fund managers that Morningstar simply passes on as truth,” states the paper by Prof. Cohen, Huaizhi Chen of the University of Notre Dame and Umit Gurun of the University of Texas at Dallas. 

Forbes

February 11, 2020

Companies Need To Work Harder And Smarter At Cultivating High-Potential Women

Joseph Holt is an associate professor who teaches leadership and ethics with the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame.

Newsweek

February 11, 2020

Amy Klobuchar is 'troubled' by having democratic socialist Bernie Banders possibly lead the presidential ticket

But Newsweek previously reported that while democratic socialism is often conflated with communism, Dr. Eileen Hunt Botting, a professor of political science at Notre Dame University, said that Sanders' proposed policies are more along the lines of those implemented in Scandinavian countries.

The Washington Post

February 10, 2020

I teach architecture. Trump’s plan for federal buildings is a bad idea.

Michael Lykoudis is the dean of the School of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame.

Religion News Service

February 10, 2020

Mormon $100B fortune offers opportunity to do more good

Consider what researchers Christian Smith (Notre Dame) and Michael Emerson (Rice University) noted in their book Passing the Plate about what could be accomplished with even small fractions of that sum ...

Chicago Tribune

February 08, 2020

Column: A plan mandating classical and traditional design for federal buildings could be heading for Trump’s desk. My advice: Rip it up.

“The federal government should not be getting into mandating a particular kind of architecture,” said Michael Lykoudis, dean of Notre Dame’s school of architecture, one of the nation’s foremost centers of traditional design. 

Crux

February 08, 2020

Intersection of faith and science focus of program aimed at high school students

Chris Baglow is Director of the Science & Religion Initiative of the McGrath Institute for Church Life and Professor of the Practice of Theology in the Department of Theology at the University of Notre Dame.

RTE Radio 1

February 07, 2020

US Democratic race moves to New Hampshire

Bob Schmuhl, Emeritus Professor of American Studies at the University of Notre Dame assesses the chances of US democratic presidential candidates following the Iowa voting debacle.

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The Wall Street Journal

February 07, 2020

‘Thomas Mann’s War’ Review: The Man and the Moment

Tobias Boes, an associate professor of German at Notre Dame, comes at the novelist from the outside. 

Vox

February 07, 2020

How Hong Kong’s protests are shaping the response to the coronavirus

Victoria Hui, an associate professor at the University of Notre Dame, told me there’s a new joke going around: that the coronavirus mutated and is now causing people to stop using their brains.

The Wall Street Journal

February 06, 2020

Primary Homes: Where Five Democratic Front-runners Head After the Campaign Trail

The home was built in 1903 by Edwin J. Lent, an ear, nose and throat doctor, according to the University of Notre Dame, which features the history of the district on its website.

America

February 05, 2020

As tensions rise with Iran, Afghanistan becomes the longest war in U.S. history

Reading through the Afghanistan papers, David Cortright, director of policy studies at the University of Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, drew some overriding lessons. 

Newsweek

February 03, 2020

Bernie Sanders is a democratic socialist not a communist, here's the difference

Dr. Eileen Hunt Botting, a professor of political science at Notre Dame University, told Newsweek that the ideology of communism means there would be "no private property, and no class distinctions."

Forbes

February 03, 2020

How Boeing Lost Its Way

Joseph Holt is an associate professor who teaches leadership and ethics with the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame.

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