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Notre Dame professor co-designs first AP Seminar on African diaspora

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Ernest Morrell, professor of Africana studies and English, the Coyle Professor in Literacy Education and director of the Center for Literacy Education at the University of Notre Dame, collaborated with fellow subject experts to create the first capstone course on the African diaspora for AP Seminar high school teachers and students. The curricular content — which includes interactive maps, databases, lesson plans and other resources — is now available to educators on Athena. Read More

Notre Dame Police Department issues equity in policing report

Author: Daily Domer Staff

In collaboration with a group of Black University of Notre Dame students, and after receiving suggestions from them as well as from faculty, staff and alumni, the Notre Dame Police Department (NDPD) has developed a report that includes acknowledgement of past problems, a commitment to equitable policing and a comprehensive series of initiatives designed to create a more fair, impartial, diverse and just organization, highly trained and dedicated to protecting and serving all members of the University community. Read More

‘Where We’re Going’ to explore faculty, expert perspectives on key issues

Author: Daily Domer Staff

ThinkND, the University of Notre Dame’s open, online learning community, will launch a new virtual initiative this fall titled “Where We’re Going.” At a time when the lives of many have been dramatically disrupted and work, education and society’s functions are in a state of constant transition, this series will explore this point in history and how the work happening on Notre Dame’s campus and beyond relates to and impacts the United States and the world at large. Read More

Conversations That Matter: The Intersection of Justice and Pregnancy

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The Notre Dame Office of Life and Human Dignity will host a free, three-part webinar series through fall 2020. This series will unpack the pro-life movement’s roots in human rights concerns and address complex contemporary issues impacting women and their unborn children.  Read More

Women’s soccer collects 1,111 pounds of food for Food Bank of Northern Indiana

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Members of the University of Notre Dame women’s soccer team collected 1,111 pounds of food, the equivalent of 868 meals, during a food drive Sunday (Sept. 6) outside Alumni Stadium. The drive-thru event benefited the Food Bank of Northern Indiana, which collects and distributes food throughout Elkhart, LaPorte, Kosciusko, Marshall, Starke and St. Joseph counties. Read More

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A Formidable Foe

Author: Daily Domer Staff

After a rapid rise in the number of COVID-19 cases among students, Notre Dame hits pause, then gradually resumes in-person classes. Read More

The Pillars That Hold Us All Up

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Economics may not be destiny, but it does a good imitation. Those unequipped for the new technology-based economy risk never finding not just a job, but also a career, a mate, a family, a future. Read More

Soundings: The Lessons of Dixie

Author: Daily Domer Staff

I am the product of a time and place. I knew what was true because pretty much all I read or heard or saw reinforced the prevalent thinking of that time and place — the loyalties and prejudices, the myopic perspective and steadfast resolve to stand in place.    Read More

Skin Deep

Author: Daily Domer Staff

What do we miss when we reduce complex personal identities to simple demographic categories? Read More

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Brian Rycyna MSBA '21

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) candidate shares how Mendoza's Chicago-based program gave him the freedom to balance his student life and home life.

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Jason Reed

Author: Daily Domer Staff

As classes resume on campus during this unprecedented time, faculty and staff members are, as always, HERE for Notre Dame students. Read More

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