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Palmieri Named To Team USA’s World Cup Roster

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Dan Colleran | July 29, 2016

Kyle Palmieri

Former University of Notre Dame hockey forward Kyle Palmieri was named to Team USA’s World Cup of Hockey Roster, USA Hockey announced on Wednesday afternoon.

The 2016 World Cup of Hockey will take place from Sept. 17 - Oct. 1 in Toronto and includes the U.S., Canada, Czech Republic, Europe, Finland, North America and Sweden. Read More

Patrick Flynn

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Patrick Flynn has been appointed interim director of Notre Dame California by Provost Thomas G. Burish. Read More

Onto World Championships For Gleadow

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Fighting Irish Athletics | July 29, 2016

Elen Gleadow

The University of Notre Dame rowing team continues to place current student-athletes and former All-Americans into elite international competitions this summer. 

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Domer Winter Returns for NPF Showdown

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Former Notre Dame pitching great Laura Winter '14 is set to make her return to Melissa Cook Stadium during her second season in Ohio as a member of the Akron NPF franchise. Read More

Jackson Inks Multi-Million Dollar Deal

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Fighting Irish Athletics | July 29, 2016 

Jackson

Former University of Notre Dame men’s basketball guard Demetrius Jackson has signed a multi-year, five-point-five million dollar contract with the Boston Celtics. The 45th selection in the 2016 NBA Draft, Jackson’s deal spans three seasons with the Celtics and the team has an option for a fourth. Read More

Battle Cry of Freedom, James McPherson

Author: Daily Domer Staff

So nostalgia, probably more than intellectual curiosity, is what led me to start reading James McPherson’s Battle Cry of Freedom: The Civil War Era. Published in 1988, the book was written for the Oxford History of the United States series and was an attempt to compile an authoritative single volume on events that can span many more. Read More

Notre Dame Hosts Teens in Talent Search

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Talent Search is a U.S. Department of Education-funded program that provides help for students from disadvantaged backgrounds to finish high school and succeed in college.  Read More

Notre Dame Rowers Earn Team USA Spots

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The ND rowing team received good news this week when one current and two former Fighting Irish rowers earned spots on the U.S. Rowing Team that will compete at the World Rowing Championships. Read More

Garrison Crouch

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Graduate Student Garrison Crouch has been awarded a NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship. Read More

Band Unites Town and Gown through Summer Sounds

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The Notre Dame Summer Band is not your typical concert band. The musicians aren’t all Notre Dame students. They don’t perform in black tie. And they have only three weeks to put together an hour-long concert for the South Bend community. But their mission is simple: Music should be open to everyone. Read More

Kelly Cares Makes Donation to RMHC

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Fighting Irish Football Coach Brian Kelly and his wife, Paqui, presented a $100,000 check to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Michiana to make the Ronald McDonald House in South Bend a reality. Read More

ND Doubles Away Game Ticket Prices

Author: Daily Domer Staff

College football programs with long histories of success can increase the value of their opponent’s tickets on the secondary market when playing on the road due to a large alumni base and strong brand clout. Read More

Ricci Family Fields Announcement

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Kenn & Pamela Ricci have made a $5 million gift to Notre Dame for a project that will create an outdoor home for the Band of the Fighting Irish and a world-class facility for students participating in RecSports. Read More

Tamara Kay

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Tamara Kay will join the Keough School of Global Affairs as associate professor of global affairs. Read More

An Arthurian Quest Begins

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The exuberant idealism of the Arthurian legends is hard to shake. It took hold in me when I saw Disney’s The Sword in the Stone as a child, which I reinforced with countless readings of the Golden Books version. The romance and adventure were in dramatic contrast to my suburban New Jersey upbringing, and I yearned for a quest the same as Arthur’s knights. Read More

Fr. Monk Malloy Concludes His Tale

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The three-volume memoir of President Emeritus Rev. Edward A.“Monk” Malloy, C.S.C., will be completed next month with the publication of “Monk’s Tale: The Presidential Years: 1987-2005." Read More

Shamrock Series Uniform Reveal

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Introducing the 2016 Shamrock Series Uniform, created by Under Armour Athletics. The Fighting Irish will suit up on November 12 vs. Army in Texas. Watch a video of the reveal here: Read More

Echoes of '58: Lights Out

Author: Daily Domer Staff

I lived in Dillon Hall in Junior year and, as was the rule in the 1950’s, lights went out at midnight. To rectify the problem, we enlisted the help of a few Electrical Engineering graduate students, and they were able to obtain the keys for the attic from the Janitor.  Read More

How Being Sick Impacts Behavior

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Alex Perkins, Eck Family Assistant Professor in the Departments of Biological Sciences, recently published a study looking at behavior of patients with one of the most common symptoms of disease: fever. Read More

Harden Not My Heart

Author: Daily Domer Staff

During the Great Depression hobos created a sign language — symbols scratched on doorposts and in the dirt — to alert fellow homeless men of hazards and havens along the way. A cat drawn on a gate meant “A kind lady lives here,” signaling that a meal would be offered if the weary traveler but knocked. Read More

Steven Corcelli

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Steven Corcelli has been selected as a member of the 2016 Fellows of the American Chemical Society. Read More

Domer Jerian Grant Summer League MVP

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Former Notre Dame All-American Jerian Grant led the Chicago Bulls to the NBA Summer League Championship last night in their 84 - 82 OT win over Minnesota -- earning the MVP award! Read More

Bruce Huber

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Bruce Huber, associate professor of law, has been appointed the Robert and Marion Short Scholar, a three-year rotating appointment for pre-tenure faculty members. Read More

David Go

Author: Daily Domer Staff

David Go, Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Associate Professor, takes the road less traveled while developing clean alternative fuels from carbon dioxide. Read More

Designing a new career

Author: Daily Domer Staff

When a customer popped into Friends by Design, asking when the fashion boutique would start displaying swimsuits for sale, owner Susan Mason ’87, ’96MBA gave her a definitive answer: “Never.” Read More

ND Launches new Postdoctoral Program

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters has launched a new, guaranteed postdoctoral fellowship that will incentivize timely dissertation completion and prepare graduate students to launch their careers. Read More

Skylar Diggins, Best Dressed in the WNBA

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Basketball players are increasingly known for their style on and off the court and at this years ESPY Awards in Los Angeles, it was WNBA player Skylar Diggins who managed to completely steal the show. Read More