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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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Mosquitoes are a major global health threat and Notre Dame researchers are fighting back

More than a million people die from diseases spread by mosquitoes each year. Malaria is one of the biggest culprits, with an estimated 219 million new cases of the disease each...

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How Does Stress Affect How We Age?

For over 10 years, the Notre Dame Study of Health and Well-being at the University of Notre Dame has studied stress and its impact on health and aging. Through the project,...

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Religion and Philosophy

Family and Individuality with Dr. Nichole Flores

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life welcomes Nichole Flores to discuss the expansive notion of the extended family and what this means for who we are as individuals. Dr. Nichole...

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The Church and the Family with Brad Wilcox

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes Brad Wilcox to talk about the state of the family in the United States and what issues, in particular, the Church needs to pay...

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Religion and Philosophy

The Gospel with Aimee Shelide Mayer

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes Aimee Shelide Mayer to talk about a variety of topics centered around the Gospel. They discuss contemplation and action, the...

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Fighting Irish for All

As Eric Kim started his junior year at Notre Dame, he didn’t know how he could accomplish what most students take for granted – welcoming his parents to Junior Parents Weekend...

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Having Coffee with Clark Power

Clark Power will tell you that, when you talk youth sports in America, there are two stories that need to be heard. One has gotten lots of attention lately; the other goes largely...

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Science and Technology

New system to tackle nonconsumable food waste, contribute to clean energy needs of local farm

The University of Notre Dame recently installed three innovative food waste recycling systems on campus known as Grind2Energy. Located at the Center for Culinary Excellence, North...

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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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Global Affairs

Global Inequality with Ben Phillips of the Fight Inequality Alliance

Episode three features Ben Phillips, co-founder of the Fight Inequality Alliance, who was on campus throughout the spring semester as a Hewlett Fellow for Public Policy at...

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A Sisterhood of Sorts

When the University of Notre Dame went coed in 1972, it did so on the crest of a wave that seemed poised to change everything for American women. The Equal Rights Amendment had...

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