News / Archives / 2005

Prominent journalists to participate in forum Nov. 7

World’s most powerful telescope captures first images of night sky

Attorney who revealed “Deep Throat” to speak Nov. 4

Kaneb Center to host research symposium for area high school teachers

Franciscan University professor to speak on Islam

Saturday Scholar Series presentation available on the Web

New interdisciplinary program to address global health problems

ND researchers could save South Bend millions

Kroc fellow to speak on post-genocide Cambodia

Russell Working’s “The Irish Martyr” wins ND’s Sullivan Prize

Medical school dedication ceremonies scheduled for Tuesday

Executive MBA Program ranked No. 20 by BusinessWeek

New statue honors Fathers Hesburgh and Joyce

N.D. researchers study molecule that may lead to new treatments for diseases

NotreDameReSource: U.S. should improve, not undermine, UN

Campus to celebrate Brazil Week Oct. 24-28

Religious leaders explore U.S. policy toward Middle East conflict

University of Notre Dame reaches out to archdiocese; Eager to help out, team tours region

Symposium to investigate Spanish Civil War, Franco’s mass graves

Law student wins national award for pro bono initiative

MBA Program ranked No. 5 in worldwide survey

Saturday Scholar Series presentation available on the Web

Trustees approve repair plan for Notre Dame Stadium

Conference to examine success, criticism of Wal-Mart corporation

Lead-ND named lead agency for Michiana service event

Students, staff, alumni continue Katrina relief efforts

Kroc lecture to focus on human rights

Campus that's beyond belief

Sylvia Puente named among nation’s most influential Hispanics

Theologian’s production to premiere at Hispanic Film Festival