News / Archives / 2004

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DeBartolo Center enhances teaching of the performance arts

Philosopher’s book “Moral und Politik” translated into English

Anthropologist is co-editor of new book on prehistoric Northwest

Musician is a market maestro

Jenkins: ND board did not pressure me

HOT TOPICS: Sprint/Nextel merger … Social Security reform … War crimes trials … Holidays and materialism … Holiday spending … Ukraine … Heart disease … Universal Human Rights Month … Immigration reform … Falling dollar

English professor publishes new book on French philosopher

Advancement organization presents 4 awards to Notre Dame

Notre Dame graduate student missing, presumed dead, in Haiti

Tariq Ramadan resigns from faculty

Next election may be first in 56 years without incumbent

Science professors mentor next generation of researchers

Brennecke to chair Council for Chemical Research

HOT TOPICS: Holiday spending … Ukraine … Universal Human Rights Month … Immigration reform … Falling dollar

Lopez to participate in “Oil-for-Food Scandal” discussion

Psychology professor examines autism in new book

MBA students win Duke case competition

Professor Appleby to speak in U.N. discussion of Islamophobia

History professor receives Grawemeyer Award in Religion

Lebanese coaches to study conflict resolution on campus

Student interest revives Nuclear Warfare course

Peruvian human rights advocate to deliver lecture

Should this man come to the U.S.?

Father Malloy offers condolences to Ebersol family

Notre Dame ReSource: Anchors away

Notre Dame ReSource: Holiday spending, consumer confidence up slightly

Business ethics expert featured in new book

Historian edits book on North American migration

HOT TOPICS: Brokaw/Rather departures … Universal Human Rights Month … Immigration reform … Falling dollar