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Art and History

Maquette for Wing Generator

Richard Hunt developed an interest in art from an early age. From seventh grade on, he attended the Junior School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Hunt then went on to study there...

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Law and Politics

Are we in this together?

In my daily neighborhood walks since the beginning of the pandemic, I commonly see signs proclaiming “we are all in this together.” In mid-March, as we shut down our society,...

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Health and Society

Race, Violence, and Protest: A Conversation about the Ongoing Struggle for Justice

Over the past few months, the violent deaths of African Americans at the hands of the police and civilians have reignited public conversations about race, policing, and justice....

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Health and Society

“Creative Maladjustment”: Refusing to Adjust to Injustice

We are re-sharing a piece written in January 2020 for Martin Luther King, Jr., Day. We took a look at King’s call to become “maladjusted” to injustice and shared...

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Art and History

All The Boys

Considered one of the most influential Contemporary American artists, Carrie Mae Weems is a photographer and video installation artist who examines family relationships, sexism,...

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Art and History

Builders, 1974

Jacob Lawrence was an American painter and printmaker known for his works exploring and celebrating African American life, past and present. As a teenager, Lawrence moved with his...

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Art and History

Untitled Scorch Work (Figure)

In 2017, the Snite Museum of Art hosted an exhibition of Cole's work entitled Making Everything Out of Anything: Prints, Drawings, and Sculptures by Willie Cole. The exhibiton...

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Art and History

Black Indian, Buffalo Soldiers

Chicago, IL painter and sculptor Bernard Williams creates works in multiple media that strive to "address our connections and disconnections within a turbulent human history"...

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Art and History

Catch the Spirit

The Notre Dame Folk Choir offers the uniting ministry of music through Catch the Spirit and its message of hope and connection. The recent release features an exploration of...

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Health and Society

Realities of Race

“Any talk of incarceration, any talk of any social issue really, is woefully incomplete unless we talk about race.” Nick Ottone, a senior at Notre Dame, has been involved in...

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Religion and Philosophy

The Color of Compromise

“The cumulative effects of personal sins of racism have led to social structures of injustice and violence that makes us all accomplices in racism,” (Open Wide Our Hearts,...

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Health and Society

Research reveals teachers’ biases when rating first-graders’ academic skills based on learning behavior

A recent study, co-authored by a University of Notre Dame professor, shows how educators’ racial and gender biases affect their assessments of students’ academic skills based...

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