News / Archives / November 2001

Graduation rate for Irish athletes among nation's best

Philosopher to present Hesburgh Lecture in Syracuse

Department of Music to present three concerts

Antigone to be presented this week at Washington Hall

Professors study method for doing well on EBay

Study pinpoints traits related to propensity to job search

Schola Musicorum to present 16th Abend-Musique concert

Study finds roadsides are being polluted by catalytic converters

Jack Welch to speak on campus Dec. 4

PLS chair to lead final Saturday Scholar presentation

School of Architecture, Terence Riley

Team Is Ready to Publish Full Set of Dead Sea Scrolls

Cardinal George to join Culture of Life conference

Family of World Trade Center victim creates memorial scholarship fund

Expert on sports and culture to speak Nov. 15

Executive Education to offer new Certificate in Integral Leadership

Cornell scholar Benedict Anderson to speak on nationalism

Department of Music to present three concerts on campus

Israeli consul general to Midwest to present lecture Nov. 19

Weeklong series to focus on peace and war

Notre Dame is hosting Siemens Westinghouse Science & Technology Competition

Students to join neighbors for beautification project Saturday


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Two events planned for Native American Week

Kaneb to sponsor new teaching improvement program

Architecture chair to speak at National Press Club

Student's design under consideration for Alabama state quarter

Robinson Community Learning Center to host food drive festival

Peace activist Jim Forest to speak on Merton