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Religion and Philosophy

Hope as the Counter Virus to Despair

Hope is a topic of added relevance in today’s climate as we navigate the despair that accompanies a global pandemic. Annie Maguire, a senior at Saint Mary’s College majoring...

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Health and Society

Understanding Place Through People

“It’s about people and at the end of the day whether you’re trying to bring the Catholic Church to people or just trying to treat everybody and everything on this earth with...

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Fostering Knowledge for Social Change

In order to solve the most significant, complex problems of the world, universities must recognize that the answers do not reside in institutions but rather in working in a...

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Health and Society

Human Dignity, Belonging, and Caring for Others

Finding community in college can be difficult, but it can be especially difficult when you feel like you don’t belong. Shelene shares the struggles she faced her first few years...

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Health and Society

Food and Thought

A look at ideas that are addressing major food-related problems: A potential breakthrough on peanut allergies. Learn more about how Basar Bilgicer, associate professor of...

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Health and Society

Fueling Success

More than 13 million children live in hunger in the U.S., according to government estimates, with many relying on federal nutrition programs, including school-based breakfast,...

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Health and Society

Improving Access to Dental Care with Community-Based Solutions

Roslyn Joseph is a senior at Notre Dame, a science-business major and poverty studies minor, and has taken many of the Center for Social Concerns courses throughout her...

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Accompaniment at the Border

Sarah is a liberal studies major at the University of Notre Dame and hails from nearby Mishawaka, IN. Throughout her four years at Notre Dame she took part in much of the...

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Religion and Philosophy

Just Lending a Hand

Day 1 When I walked into the Humanitarian Respite Center in McAllen, Texas, people were everywhere — kids playing and running around, mothers nursing babies, teenagers chatting...

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Health and Society

Emergency Financial Assistance Reduces Homeless Shelter Entry and Violent Crime

A new study conducted by researchers at the Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities (LEO) at the University of Notre Dame shows that emergency financial assistance for...

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Global Affairs

Organizing for Social Justice

Our guest on today’s episode is Tim Beaty, an ND grad and director of Global Strategies for the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. Tim has spent the past 30 years...

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