News / Archives / April 1998

Symposium will honor Frederick J. Crosson on his retirement

Public Relations and Information unveils new redesigned home page

Guatemalans March for Slain Bishop

University Libraries selects new library management and information system

Faculty members condem murder of human rights lawyer through letter

Mela receives awards for advertising research

Kommers will receive an honorary doctor of laws degree from the University of Heidelberg

Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates selected to design the DeBartolo Performing Arts Complex

Yahoo! Internet Life has raked computer and information technology resources at Notre Dame among the best

Inaugural volume of the Houck Series in Business Ethics has been published

O'Meara will be honored at a conference hosted by the Department of Mathematics

Westfall appointed Sorin Professor and chair of the School of Architecture

Alumnus Shuler will deliver the 1998 Reilly Lectures in Chemical Engineering

Alumnus Shuler will deliver 1998 Reilly Lectures in Chemical Engineering

Thompson will speak on the success of Sears Home Services

Vayrynen will step down from his directorship of the Kroc Institute

Juniper Road will be closed for utility installation

Former Sen. Bradley will teach and lecture during the 1998 fall semester

Holocaust Project, supported by the Kapson family, culminates with an international conference

Center for Civil and Human Rights establishes new awards for justice and peace

Coulter will deliver a lecture on women through the ages

MBA students hold first Latin Delight Night at the Center for the Homelesss

Long-time benefactor has died

Prayer service for Peters will be held in the Basilica

Notre Dame Security/Police foil robbery attempt with help of students

Holocaust Conference at Notre Dame

Gigot funds a new Center for Entrepreneurial Studies in the College of Business Administration

Aikins has died of heart disease

North has died after a lengthy illness

Tylus will give a lecture on gender studies