News / Archives / October 1997

Tofani will give a lecture on the impact of the drawing

Moriarty photography are on exibit in Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Research papers by faculty members win top prizes in annual awards

Students participate in regional competion of computer programming contest

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DeCrane and Nasher will teach isn the Executive-in-Residence Program

The Diversity Program will celebrate the 25th anniversary of coeducation with a panel discussion

Storin will give lecture on the survival of journalism

Caroll will speak on American Catholicism in the 1950s and 1960s

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Folk Choir will give a benefit concert on the Feast of All Saints

College of Business Administration receives grant to fund Diversity Program

Students participate in service/learning seminars during mid-semester breaks

Notre Dame announces expansion of Keough Institute for Irish Studies

Hanks to deliver the annual Emil T. Hofman lecture

Zatti will deliver the second lecture on 'Conversation on Dante'

Public Interest Law Foundation of the Notre Dame Law School will be honored at the annual conference of the National Association for Public Interest Law

Wilton will speak on 'Current Developments in the Eurpoean Union

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Notre Dame condemns Stanford band bigotry

Hesburgh Library acquires major microfilm collection

Crosson elected Phi Beta Kappa president

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Wilson will receive Outstanding Educator's Award

Marks will speak on 'Folk Ideas About Heredity and the Responsibility for Science'

Sister Elaine DesRosiers retires as the director of educational media

Deane receives fiction prizes for his first novel

Notre Dame will host business ethics conference

School officials caution that only authorized personnel are permitted on the site of the new golf course

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