News / Archives / 1998

"260 Students Will Take "Plunge"

John Howard Yoder Dialogues on Nonviolence, Religion and Peace

Yoder gift to establish an endowed lectureship in her late husband's memory

Students, faculty, and staff protest the bombing of Iraq

Kenny endows a library collection in Medieval studies

Faculty members write on the relationship between Catholicism and Western political liberalism

Challenge grant received to support an endwoment for a faculty fellows fund

University of Oklahoma political scientist examines media, violence, family decline and gambling

Privatization Would Mostly Aid Wall Street

A collection of Kaeser photographs has been published by Notre Dame Press

Cinema at the Snite schedule

Students pray for the abolition of capital punishment

Snite Foundation grant to endow fellowships in the master's in business administration program

Asian American Association will present its annual fashion and cultural show

O' Brien will join Father Hesburgh for a book signing

Applied Investment Management fund receives 9.9 percent return

Sen. Bradley will deliver his final public lecture

Kafatos will speak on the malaria vector mosquito

Iapalucci appointed director of audit and advisory services

Graduate and spouse donate savings to help victims of hurricane

Collegium Musicum will perform in the Church of Loretto

Jazz Band will present 'Dimensions in Jazz' concert

Chorale and Chamber Orchestra woll perform excerpts from Handel's 'Messiah'

Glee Club will present its annual Christmas concert

Inagural issue of Sacred Architecture to be published by Stroik

Notre Dame professors guests on this weeks 'Firing Line'

Chamber Music class will perform a recital

Students and faculty take part in prayer vigil and demonstration against Army School

Walicki will receive the International Balzan Foundation Award for history

Meyer will return to Notre Dame to speak on athletics