Tri-campus Community Comes Together

Kathryn Marshall | September 6, 2016


Notre Dame, Saint Mary’s and Holy Cross are united by a shared history, community and strong connection with the Congregation of Holy Cross.

For the first time ever, the three schools are coming together in one classroom to learn about sustainability in a new course this fall.

Saint Mary’s associate professor of English and environmental studies Christopher Cobb said the goal of the course is to increase everyone’s knowledge of how sustainability works and how it relates to the identity of a Holy Cross community, and to explore whether sustainability is working on the three campuses. 

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 by Daily Domer Staff

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