Special Olympics Notre Dame is a non-profit service club for Notre Dame students that provides year-round training and competition in a variety of sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities in the South Bend area, consistent with the Special Olympics movement.
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Pamela Wynne Butler, associate director and director of undergraduate studies in the Gender Studies Program, discusses the Gender and Culture in American Society course she teaches as part of the Summer Scholars program.
A supplementary major in global affairs, designed for students interested in exploring contemporary global issues, will be offered to this year’s incoming class of 2022.
As a first generation college student at Notre Dame, Hardy sees it as his mission to help bring a global perspective to everyone through his social media presence.
Both intellectually and globally diverse, the class of 2,070 first-year students includes more than 600 international students or U.S. students of color and nearly 160 first-generation students.
Campus Dining will officially welcome Garbanzo Mediterranean Fresh to the Hesburgh Center for International Studies at the beginning of the spring semester.
Sixteen leaders in fields ranging from global sustainability to finance, law, medicine, manufacturing and health care are fellows in the first class of the new Inspired Leadership Initiative.
New series showcases the rich diversity of the faculty and staff at the University of Notre Dame.
Describing music as “a way to experience community," Alex Mansour stepped away from his life in South Bend and threw himself into the dynamic and limitless musical culture of England’s capital city.
Honoring the legacy of Maria Irene Fornés, mother of Latinx theatre, the annual Fornés Playwriting Workshop aims to pass Fornés’ unique writing style on to a new generation of Latinx theatre artists.