ND in the News
Opening the Word: The privilege of Peter
Timothy P. O’Malley is the director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy.
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.
How Catholic business schools can do better than Harvard
At the undergraduate level, Notre Dame, Villanova, St. Thomas (in St. Paul, Minn.) and several of Jesuit schools, like Santa Clara, Georgetown, Fordham and St. Joseph’s, offer excellent business programs.
2-Week Re-Enactment Begins of Notre Dame Founder's Journey
A two-week walk has started re-enacting the journey made across Indiana by the University of Notre Dame's founder nearly 175 years ago.
'Notre Dame Trail' pilgrimage salutes school's spirit, founders and Mary
Following a path that begins in Vincennes and weaves north through Terre Haute, Lafayette, Logansport and Plymouth before ending on the Notre Dame campus, the Notre Dame Trail gives Americans the chance to take a pilgrimage in the style of the Camino de Santiago de Compostela Pilgrimage in Spain.
North Korea nuclear acceleration prompts church intervention
“The Vatican has no influence with North Korea, and while I am sure the American Bishops will get a polite hearing from the Trump Administration, on this issue their call for a de-escalation of the rhetoric are likely to fall on deaf ears,” Michael Desch, director of the Notre Dame International Security Center, told Fox News.
BURIED IN A GOLD MINE, A PARTICLE ACCELERATOR SEARCHES FOR STELLAR SECRETS
IN AUGUST 2015, scientists from the University of Notre Dame went west, the disassembled pieces of a particle accelerator secured in the back of their U-haul.
Take a look at Notre Dame's new locker room
Notre Dame players have one heck of a locker room to use at Notre Dame Stadium for the next few years.
What Chairman Mao can teach the world about North Korea
Commentary by Michael Desch, a professor of political science at Notre Dame and director of the Notre Dame International Security Center.
Bishop Cantu calls for diplomacy to ease U.S.-North Korea differences
George A. Lopez, chair emeritus of peace studies at the University of Notre Dame, told Catholic News Service Aug. 10 the interests of both countries can be addressed at the negotiating table.
Catholic schools make outreach to Hispanic community a priority
Manuel Fernandez is program manager for the Latino Enrollment Institute, founded at the University of Notre Dame to promote greater Hispanic enrollment in Catholic schools.
On Abortion, Democrats Dig In
Geoffrey Layman, a political science professor at the University of Notre Dame, told the Register that the internal debate within the Democratic Party over abortion is a predictable outcome of a defeat at the polls.
What Trump really needs to do to rein in North Korea
Commentary by Mary Ellen O'Connell, the Robert & Marion Short professor of law and research professor of International Dispute Resolution, Kroc Insitute at University of Notre Dame.
Why keeping secrets can damage your wellbeing
Anita Kelly, professor of psychology at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, has spent many years studying the effects.
7 Things You Should Never Say to Your Partner in Front of Your Child
“Kids are very sensitive, they’re picking up on what you are saying whether they seem to be listening or not,” says E. Mark Cummings, PhD, professor of psychology at the University of Notre Dame.
ANALYST VIEWS-North Korea considers missile strike on Guam
George A. Lopez, former member of the U.N. Panel of Experts created to monitor North Korea sanctions and currently Hesburgh Chair in Peace Studies at Notre Dame University: "Much like (former U.S. secretary of defense Donald) Rumsfeld's 'shock and awe' in Iraq, this is a classic attempt to show resolve. I fear this: if you asked the president which particular weapons create such fire, etc, he would be hard pressed to name them...
How a college grad is devoting his life to supporting 'unsung' campus workers
Unsung Heroes’ expansion includes chapters at partner universities, including the University of Notre Dame, University of Maryland, Washington University-St. Louis and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
Live: US and North Korea on brink of war as Trump says America's nuclear arsenal is "more powerful than ever"
Expert George A. Lopez said he thinks Trump would be “hard pressed to name” any of the weapons needed to start a war.
What Happened to Apple's Moral Backbone?
Joseph Holt is a business ethics professor at the University of Notre Dame.