News / Archives / 1998

Porter will resign his position to take a year-long sabbatical

Bloom finds baseball teams with wider pay ranges have poorer on-field and financial performances

Dole will be principal Commencement speaker

Brass Ensemble will perform fall vespers concert

Student Union board will host a panel discussion on ethics in government

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Research at Notre Dame will be featured on the World Wide Web site of The Science Coalition

Schola Musicorum will perform Abend-Musique concert of Gregorian chant

Washington Semester Program will host a presentation by Judge Robert Bork

Notre Dame ranked second for overall graduation rate of all student-athletes

Faculty violinist will perform a concert

Marshall will lecture on Bach and Mozart

Burrell appointed director of undergraduate program in Jerusalem

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Botterill will deliver a lecture on ideal and social reality

O'Rourke inducted into the Arthur W. Page Society

An article by Coles selected as an outstanding article of the year

Novak will deliver the Hansen-Wessner Memorial Lecture

Sen. Bradley will lead a town meeting on the State of America's Children

Rev. Williams and Fremgen appointed academic and program directors for Center for Ethics in Business

Collins elected fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Department of Film, Television, and Theatre will present the world premiere play

Fr. Hesburgh will be honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award

Ansay will read from her work on campus

Symphony Orchestra will perform its fall concert

Cohen will give a lecture on his new book

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Sterba's recent book has just been published

Grant received from Cargill, Inc., to support programs in College of Business Adminstration

Balandin wins third place prize in Merrill Lynch Innovation Grants Competition