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Notre Dame theater performance explores disability

Chris Milazzo

Electronic music roars and pulsates throughout the theatre. On stage, a blind man paces, struggling to escape the ring of steel bars that confine him. Meanwhile, a stern figure in a sleek suit and sunglasses stands guard. When the lights dim and dialogue begins to flash above the stage from an overhead projector, one thing is clear: This production of...

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Father Jenkins receives Champion of Diversity Award

Dennis Brown

Indiana Minority Business Magazine (IMBM) has honored Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., president of the University of Notre Dame, with a 2011 Champion of Diversity Award. Father Jenkins was one of 14 individuals, institutions and companies recognized by the magazine at a ceremony Jan. 14 in Indianapolis. Father Jenkins and the other award recipients were cited as “leaders in their...

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Video: Fighting for Peace Among Religions

University of Notre Dame

It is no secret that world problems—from mass violence and terrorism to government corruption and human rights abuses—cannot be solved without consideration of religion's role in these conflicts and their resolutions.  No one understands this more than Rashied Omar, a peace studies scholar at Notre Dame's Kroc Institute, and an interreligious peace-builder. 

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Execs from major corporations to speak at Notre Dame Diversity Conference

Ed Cohen

Executives from McDonald’s, Kellogg’s, Bank of America and other major companies will be talking about what diverse individuals and teams contribute to their businesses when they address the fourth annual Notre Dame Diversity Conference April 8 and 9 (Friday and Saturday) at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business. Organized by Notre Dame MBA students and presented by...

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