News / Archives / September 2001

Star Tribune editor to deliver lecture, serve as Journalist-in-Residence

British Shakespeare scholar appointed to McMeel Chair

1982 alum Rev. Mike Sis to celebrate Mass Saturday in College Station

Acclaimed Irish novelist to read from forthcoming novel

Cavanaugh Award will be presented to 1982 alumna

Former chairman of the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation to speak Oct. 3

Merz selected to receive Humboldt Award

Ford to deliver engineering lecture

United Way Campaign Kickoff set for Thursday

1960 alum to receive 2001 Rosenthal Award

Fresh air from the Supremes

Collection for victims' families during Sept. 22 football game raises more than $270,000

Mother of anti-gay victim to speak on campus

Organist Christian Ringendahl to perform at Notre Dame

Book examines Greek influence on Judaism

Mendoza College of Business Partners with MeansBusiness

Newly appointed counselor will focus on eating disorders

University Club to host Navari lecture

Endowment to fund endeavors in economics, Catholic values

Football game to include activities on behalf of attack victims

Shakespeare play rescheduled for November

Lecture series changes to reflect news of the day

Carroll brothers commit $300,000 to endow athletic grants-in-aid

Lecture on Digital Libraries Canceled

University Culinary Apprentice Receives Recognition

New security measures to be introduced for football, other athletic events

Second panel to discuss terrorist attacks Thursday

Brazilian music group to perform on campus

Recent grads to present reading and publishing workshop

Knights of Columbus to continue tasteful football tradition