News / Archives / January 2005

English professor shines new light on literature

HOT TOPICS: UN Oil-for-Food report … AT&T/SBC; P&G/Gillette mergers … Valentine’s Day … Tax season … Social Security reform … War crimes trials … Academy Awards

Jewish scholar named Man of Reconciliation 2005

Lecture to focus on “Einstein’s Miraculous Year”

Lecture series to examine social ethics of different religions

Tax Assistance Program to begin Feb.7

Sorin addressed need for campus post office in early years

SUB to host “Race and Religion” slam poetry symposium

Notre Dame ReSource: Fixing Hubble a “no brainer”

London architect to receive $100,000 Driehaus Prize

Notre Dame to contribute $173,000 for tsunami relief

Chicago students learn compassion, service at homeless shelter

Lego robotics tournament inspires engineers and junior scientists

Four graduates to be honored by Alumni Association

Winter Career and Internship Fair to be held Jan. 26

Charlie Hustle

New director appointed for Minority Engineering Program

Provost Hatch elected president of Wake Forest University

New Notre Dame boss backs White

Kroc scholar is author of new book on peace building

Haiti Program strives to eliminate diseases of poverty

Freshman student Daniel Kish remembered at Keough Mass

Father McDonald to serve in Father Jenkins’ administration

Senior director appointed for MBA career development

Notre Dame Magazine essays honored

New book on ethics by philosopher James Sterba

Historian profiles Indiana Amish community in new book

Astronaut, alumnus James D. Wetherbee retires from NASA

When the world shakes

Weis gives his best to Patriots and Notre Dame