News / Archives / August 2017

Statement on DACA from Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., President, University of Notre Dame

Football Fridays at the Eck to feature food, music, guest appearances

New gate at Moose Krause North

Chick-fil-A, Cubs execs among speakers for Notre Dame lecture series

Understanding perceptions of reputation and identity offers opportunity, study shows

Father Jenkins extends prayers, support to victims of Hurricane Harvey

Football weekend events: Notre Dame vs. Temple University

Book celebrates 175 years of Notre Dame in photographs and images

Notre Dame Film, Television, and Theatre announces 2017-18 theater season

Thibert appointed director of the Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement

Day of Community introduces new, transfer students to South Bend

Catholic university presidents to reflect on 50-year Land O’Lakes legacy

Staff Mass scheduled for academic year

NIH awards $3.5 million to Shaw Center for Children and Families

Notre Dame ACE Academies welcomes St. Patrick School

Notre Dame to host photo exhibit of papal visits to Holy Land and interfaith panel

Globalization the focus on 2017-18 Notre Dame Forum

Women’s Basketball’s Niele Ivey to receive Sports Advocate of the Year Award

Rev. Kevin Sandberg, C.S.C., appointed acting director of Center for Social Concerns

September issue of NDWorks arrives on campus

In memoriam: Rev. Donald P. McNeill, C.S.C., founding director of Notre Dame’s Center for Social Concerns

The rise of nanotechnology research at Notre Dame

One-person play on Notre Dame founder to premiere Aug. 30

Three new buildings surrounding stadium will seek LEED Silver certification

Digital library project documents rise of the contemporary Latin American Catholic Church

Keough School of Global Affairs opens at Notre Dame

Denis McDonough, former White House chief of staff, joins Keough School of Global Affairs

Class of 2021: Intellectually and globally diverse, dedicated to service and leadership

Notre Dame launches IrishCompass professional community for students and alumni

Sculpture park opening set for Aug. 25