News / Archives / October 1998

Kotlowitz will give a lecture on inner-city youth

Grant received form McGowan Charitable Fund for two full tuition scholarships

Skocpol will present a public lecture on civic engagement

New members of the University's advisory councils announced

Eagleton will give a lecture on Oscar Wilde

Brague will give lecture on wisdom in nature

Book it: Flanigan wants all kids on the same page

Notre Dame ReSources

Sr. Gude will serve as chair of the University's Standing Committee on Lesbian and Gay Student Needs

Two ND architects have received awards from the American Institute of Architects

Chapel Liturgical Choir will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a concert

Folk Choir will preform its annual Concert for the Missions

Glee Club will present its Fall concert

Esposito will give a lecture on political Islam

Bradley will deliver his fourth public lecture at Notre Dame

"Victory March" rated No. 1 college fight song

Kmiec releases three new books this fall

Reilly appointed chair of John Cardinal O'Hara Society

Buoniconti will receive the Foster Award during the Notre Dame-Army game

Notre Dame Award recipient named corecipient of the 1998 Nobel Peace Prize

Krauser will be honored with the Hartford-Nicholsen Award

Father Malloy announces initiatives to ensure computer systems remain functional at the turn of the century

Doermer underwrites a new career development center in the MBA program

Zaller will deliver a lecture on medial politics

New appointments made to the Office of Student Affairs

Lifestyle and Benefits Fair to be held for faculty and staff

Students sacrifice fall break to help with in hurricane relief

Rev. McGarry appointed rector of the Ecumenical Institute for Theological Studies

Holmes will read from a collection of her poems

Notre Dame students venture to rural and urban areas to participate in service-learning programs