News / Archives / October 2004

An American poet

Spotlight: A final resting place among family and friends

Political scientist publishes book on quality of democracies

Biologist Hellmann contributes to new book

Lecture will address engineering’s role in orthopedic research

Saturday Scholar Series presentation available on the Web

Political scholar to lecture on St. Augustine, Harry Potter

Princeton scholar to discuss religious discourse

Presidential film festival set for Oct. 30

Blue Mass to be celebrated Oct. 28 in the Basilica

Culture and diversity conference set for Oct. 31 and Nov. 1

Yoder Dialogues to feature Gandhi’s grandson

Panel to discuss children’s issues in the 2004 election

Rabbi David Saperstein to speak Oct. 28 on religion and politics

Notre Dame Dedicates New Building in Dublin

Scholar to deliver three lectures on language and gender

Scholar/performer to speak on, perform Irish music in America

Shrader-Frechette named World Technology Award winner

Sociologist to give lecture on Mexican immigration

New study examines effectiveness of U.N. Global Compact

Americans' Brutal Near-Extermination of the Wolf

Notre Dame, Navy friends before rivals

New building for Keough Centre to be dedicated in Dublin

Fall break seminar to combine work with interfaith dialogue

Appointments made for 4 endowed chairs

Spotlight: Reggie Brooks is back on campus

Not In Good Conscience. Kerry would perpetuate a great evil.

Notre Dame Now Seeks an Identity in the Arts

Economics conference to focus on developing countries

Graduate School dean named AAAS fellow, reappointed to state board