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Law and Politics

Captured Courts: Dark Money’s Influence Over America’s Judiciary

The Notre Dame Law School chapter of the American Constitution Society will be hosting a virtual conversation with Rhode Island Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. All are welcome to join...

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Religion and Philosophy

“How Is the Catholic Church Safeguarding Children? A Perspective after the Recent Developments in Europe” — The Keeley Vatican Lecture with Rev. Dr. Hans Zollner, S.J.

A native of Regensburg, Germany, Fr. Zollner is Ordinary Professor at the Institute of Psychology and President of the Center for Child Protection, both at the Pontifical...

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Law and Politics

Mexico Virtual Lecture Series: Disinformation & Populist Narratives Against Electoral Integrity

Prof. Juárez Gámiz was the first Fulbright-Garcia Robles COMEXUS Mexico Studies Chair hosted at the University of Notre Dame and co-sponsored by Notre Dame’s Mexico Global...

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A Peek Behind the Curtain: Collaboratively Writing Lyrics for the Agony

Please hover over the yellow speech bubbles to see the comments of the collaborators as the lyrics were being written and get a peek behind the curtain into the writing process of...

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Global Affairs

“Making Peace with Nature: Ecological Encounters Along the Korean DMZ” lecture by Eleana Kim

Eleana Kim, an associate professor of Anthropology and Asian American Studies at the University of California, Irvine, will discuss the ecological, cultural, and political...

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Health and Society

Week 6: March 24

Yes, it’s true – #CandaceOwens is at it again. #NikoleHannahJones recently visited the University of Notre Dame to speak about her experience as a student and her recent book,...

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Health and Society

Week 5: February 24

This series covers a discussion in Adam Gustine’s Act Justly seminar at the University of Notre Dame. Listen to hear what students have to say about their experiences of...

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Week 4: February 17

This series covers a discussion in Adam Gustine’s Act Justly seminar at the University of Notre Dame. Listen to hear what students have to say about their experiences of...

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Global Affairs

Wicked Problems: The Ethics of Action for Peace, Rights, and Justice Book Talk

While a generation of changemakers and peacebuilders have set out to “Be the Change!” a thousand cautionary tales from the frontlines of social, economic, climate, and racial...

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A Peek Behind the Curtain: The Creation of the Garden Scene

Thank you for joining The Way of the Cross: A Passion Pilgrimage Through Song! We invite you to explore the Folk Choir’s creation of the Garden Scene. This annotated guide will...

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Meet the Student Speaker: Meg Beuter

Meg Beuter is a from Nashville, TN studying English and American Studies with a minor in Education, Schooling, & Society. Her home on campus is Howard Hall, and her favorite...

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Meet the Speaker: Ike Sturm

Bassist and composer Ike Sturm was raised in a musical home in Wisconsin, learning from his father, renowned composer and arranger, Fred Sturm. Ike has performed with Gene...

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