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Black Domers: Pioneers (Part 1)

The first black student, Frazier L. Thompson, graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1947. Listen to some of ND’s “firsts” share their experiences during the 60s and...

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Black Domers: Pioneers (Part 2)

The first black student, Frazier L. Thompson, graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1947. Listen to some of ND’s “firsts” share their experiences during the 60s and...

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Justice and Reconciliation with Daniel Philpott Part 2

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes Daniel Philpott to talk about the biblical notion of justice, the work of reconciliation after violence and civil strife,...

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Justice and Reconciliation with Daniel Philpott Part 1

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes Daniel Philpott to talk about the biblical notion of justice, the work of reconciliation after violence and civil strife, and...

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Treating Patients in a Vulnerable Population

Dr. Seth Wayne, an ophthalmologist in Ghana, West Africa, travels to various communities and district hospitals performing cataract surgeries to treat blindness. He partners with...

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Campus Policing

How can Notre Dame end police biases toward students of color? Listen to the conversation with Notre Dame’s Police Chief, Keri Kei Shibata.

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What does it mean to be black at ND?

The University of Notre Dame is known as a fine institution of learning, but is it known for its inclusive community for Black students? Listen to find out what it means when...

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A Thankless but Necessary Job

Brenda Buck, a custodian for Indiana University South Bend and Vice President of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees Union (AFSCME) joins us on the...

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Art and History

Americans Actively Engaging in Collectivism as Financial Buoy

Before the pandemic hit, declining incomes, coupled with escalating costs of housing, childcare, eldercare, higher education and healthcare, made it nearly impossible for the...

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On Research, Universities, and the Love of Dogs

If you’ve listened to any of our first 50 or so episodes, you may have heard host Ted Fox say at the end that “With a Side of Knowledge is a production of the Office of the...

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Religion and Philosophy

The “End of Ending” with Josh Noem

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes Josh Noem to talk about his debut book, “End of Ending,” an inspiring, realistic work of fiction that crafts a hopeful vision...

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