Spotlight: The African and African-American Studies Program celebrates 30 years of academic and community achievement

Student magazines honored by Indiana Collegiate Press Association

Freshman inducted into Iowa Volunteer Hall of Fame

Chinese and East Asian affairs specialist will deliver two lectures

Symposium to examine role of religion in public schools

Two theology professors receive Luce fellowships

Arnold Air Society to host Spring Fling for kids

Center for Social Concerns to host talks on war

MBA students win national case writing competition

Murphy to present Hesburgh Lecture in San Jose, Calif.

Bender to present genetic developments in Sacramento, Calif.

Father Scully to discuss Catholic higher education in Naples, Fla.

ACLU associate director to discuss surveillance in America

45th annual Jazz Festival to begin Feb. 26

Notre Dame Press book on Irish Culture wins award

Law and human dignity symposium to begin Feb.21

Student designs for Snite Museum on display

St. Michael's Laundry opens on-campus center for faculty and staff

Reydams-Schils edits essay collection on Plato's Timaeus

Former Agriculture Secretary and ?40 alum Richard Lyng dies

Murphy to present Hesburgh Lecture in Fort Myers, Fl.

Lecture series on legislating corporate ethics to begin Jan. 24

Nebraska Sen. Hagel to speak on foreign policy challenges

Snite photography exhibit examines female body perception