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Religion and Philosophy

Global Church: The Bible, the Qur’an and the religious life of Muslims

To Muslims, the Qur’an is the record of God’s revelations to Muhammad between 610 and 632 AD. It includes many Biblical characters, from Adam to Jesus to Mary. How does the...

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Art and History

London: “The Jolly Young Waterman”

In week 2 of our book club, we will discuss the song “The Jolly Young Waterman,” which was originally written by Charles Dibdin for his ballad opera The Waterman: Or The...

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Art and History

London: “Jack Hall”

We began London in Song with “Jack Hall,” an old ballad that has its origins in the early eighteenth century. It started as a narrative of the life of a convicted criminal who...

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Art and History

2020 Christmas from the Glee Club

The Notre Dame Glee Club directed by Dan Stowe recorded some Christmas cheer for the season including “In dulci jubilo” and “Carol of the Bells”. The Sleigh à la...

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Art and History

Notre Dame Music Festival

Over 500 student vocalists and musicians participated in the first-ever Notre Dame Music Festival on September 24, 2020. Twelve campus music groups performed their music in Notre...

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Religion and Philosophy

Global Church: The Catholic Church in Africa Today

This first of three parts of the Church in Africa will examine the Catholic Church in Africa today. Given the growth of Christianity in Africa, Catholicism in particular, it will...

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Global Affairs

COVID-19 and the Child Left Behind

The UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development includes Goal 4: “Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for...

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The Forest and the Trees

Notre Dame research provides complementary angles on childhood adversity Steven King, 7, builds a tower with Lego blocks at Notre Dame’s William J. Shaw Center for Children and...

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Art and History

Absolution Under Fire

In his painting Absolution Under Fire, Paul Henry Wood commemorated a singular and historic event that occurred on July 2, 1863, during the three-day Civil War battle at...

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Art and History

Reclaiming our Nature – Charles B. Hayes Family Sculpture Park

The Vision Noted American landscape architect Michael Van Valkenburgh immediately appreciated the site’s serendipitous qualities produced from past neglect. It enjoys rolling...

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Art and History

On the Smithsonian and Sneaking in the Sidedoor

Lizzie Peabody and Justin O’Neill are the host and producer, respectively, of Sidedoor, a podcast from the Smithsonian Institution. Justin also happens to be a Notre Dame alum....

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Business

How to Prioritize Ethical Leadership Amid the Pandemic

Three insights that approach crises as opportunities for ethical leadership, not opportunism. As COVID-19 crept toward Chattanooga, Tennessee, Matt Colvin and his brother Noah saw...

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