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"Answering the Call"

Author: Michael Rodio

Daniel Passon of Monroe, Mich., will start his journey to the priesthood as a Notre Dame freshman this fall. Read More

Alum Helps the Helpers

Author: Liam Farrell '04

By Liam Farrell ’04
Senior Alumni Editor

Jim Cavnar ’67 originally came to Notre Dame intending to get a degree in physics but his life has been less about studying forces than becoming one for good. Read More

Swarbrick: Irish near new TV deal

Author: Michael Rodio

Just hours after college presidents approved a new college football playoff, AD Jack Swarbrick says ND might re-negotiate its TV contract with NBC.  Read More

Celebrating Title IX at Notre Dame

Author: Michael Rodio

Notre Dame alumna Anne Dilenschneider explains how Notre Dame's first female student-athletes finally told the stories of their sports teams. Read More

Ruth Riley Inducted into Capital One Academic All-America Hall of Fame

Author: Michael Rodio

Riley, the star center on Notre Dame's National Champion 2001 women's basketball team, is arguably the most decorated student-athlete in Fighting Irish history.  She returned to St. Louis, the site of her national championship victory, to accept her award from the College Sports Information Directors of America on Monday.  Riley, who grew up in Macy, Indiana, is the seventh student-athlete and the second woman from Notre Dame to win the award. Read More

ND and Cleveland Clinic Form Healthcare Alliance

Author: Bob Quakenbush

Notre Dame has entered into a collaborative relationship with the Cleveland Clinic for joint development and commercialization of medical innovations.

Notre Dame will be the first university within the Cleveland Clinic Healthcare Innovation Alliance network, which includes the largest nonprofit health care system in the mid-Atlantic, MedStar Health and its MedStar Institute for Innovation; and the nation’s second-largest nonprofit, secular health care system, North Shore Long Island Jewish and its Feinstein Institute for Medical Research. Read More

The Next Generation of Wireless

Author: Bob Quakenbush

Researchers at Notre Dame’s Wireless Institute and at National Instruments (NI) have entered into a research partnership that will accelerate innovations in future generations of wireless technology. Read More

Notre Dame Files Religious Liberty Lawsuit

Author: Bob Quakenbush

The University of Notre Dame filed a lawsuit on May 21 challenging the constitutionality of a federal regulation that requires religious organizations to provide, pay for, and/or facilitate insurance coverage for services that violate the teachings of the Catholic Church. Read More

E-wind: Improvements in Wind Energy

Author: Bob Quakenbush

A wind turbine and a meteorological tower recently erected on the University’s White Field are a highly visible symbol of Notre Dame’s commitment to establish a premier wind energy research program. Read More