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On (TV) Comedies and Not Messing With the Magic

Except this time, host Ted Fox and his guest do something a little different: a live show during the University’s annual Reunion weekend. An Emmy award-winning movie producer,...

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Top 3: Bosses in Film with guest Dr. Dan Graff

Ted and Ricky are back with another episode of Establishing Shot’s Top Three segment with the return of September’s special guest Professor Dan Graff, director of the Higgins...

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On Hamilton and Making the Thing(s)

Patrick Vassel is associate and supervising director for Hamilton. Here, he joins host Ted Fox to talk about the making of the smash-hit Broadway musical, including creator...

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On Real News and Purple Rain

Here, Notre Dame’s Richard Jones, formerly of The New York Times, and WNIT’s Victoria St. Martin, an alumna of The Washington Post, join host Ted Fox to discuss, among other...

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Writing Thoreau: A ‘Masterpiece’ Biography

Hermit, gadfly, scientist, crank, teacher, saint—and one of America’s greatest writers: even Thoreau’s closest friends said he was too many-sided and mischievous to fit...

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Dare to Dance Hand-in-Hand

Sophia (Buono) Martinson ’18 has always loved dancing. It never fails to fill her with joy, she says, and it helps her have a fun time with people she cares about....

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Dare to Imagine Curing Cancer

More than 100 years ago, New York physician William Coley pioneered methods that relied on the body’s immune system to treat cancer. Although quickly surpassed by advances in...

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Dare to Let the Arts Transform You

Sam Jackson began his theatre career at his high school, where he became heavily involved with the arts by both directing and acting in a variety of plays. At Notre Dame, he...

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Voices of Conscience: Historical Perspectives on the Vietnam Antiwar Movement

This video shows a keynote session from Voices of Conscience: Antiwar Opposition in the Military, a conference hosted at the University of Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute for...

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Voices of Conscience Conference: Conscience and Resistance from Vietnam to the Present

This video is the opening panel discussion at the May 22-24, 2018 conference, Voices of Conscience: Antiwar Opposition in the Military. Featured speakers include David Cortright,...

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Historian James Hankins on Political Thought in the Italian Renaissance

James Hankins is a professor of Renaissance Intellectual History at Harvard University. He is the founder and General Editor of the I Tatti Renaissance Library from Harvard...

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May, Moms, and Movies at the Browning Cinema

Joining Establishing Shot to discuss the 2018 Michiana Jewish Film Festival is Sarah Snider, a Michigander who graduated from Yeshiva University with a Bachelor of Arts in English...

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