Mike Brown ’01, regional director, athletics advancement, development, recently shared a Gospel reflection with FaithND readers in the context of Black History Month. Here, he takes a moment to share beyond his reflection.
Campus Dining continues its tradition of preparing turkey and/or side dishes to three South Bend organizations hosting Thanksgiving meals. - the Center for the Homeless, St. Margaret’s House Day Center for Women and Children, and Hope Ministries.
Darrian Williams, a groundskeeper in Landscape Services and a member of the National Guard, surprised his boss, Tim Dyczko, with the Patriot Award from the U.S. Department of Defense Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve program.
“Walk the Walk” is more than a week to recognize Notre Dame’s efforts to be a welcoming and inclusive campus — it’s an invitation to each of us to make it moreso. Since last year’s Walk the Walk Week, racial injustice, disparity and tension in the U.S. has become more visible than in 50 years.…
According to the United Way of St. Joseph County, four in 10 families struggle to meet basic needs. This year is even more challenging as many in the South Bend community face financial devastation and health challenges due to COVID-19. Each year, Notre Dame faculty and staff donate to the United Way…
In spring 2021, the University of Notre Dame will hold a Diversity and Inclusion Conference for the Notre Dame, Saint Mary's College, and Holy Cross College campuses to come together for a day of learning, conversation, and community-building. While the conference is months away, conference organizers offer selected resources for education, reflection, and action.
The Chinese New Year, known in China and East Asia as the Spring Festival, starts this Friday, Feb. 12.
The Finance Division recently hosted a food drive to benefit the Food Bank of Northern Indiana. The Food Drivapalooza replaced the annual Hotdogapalooza, giving the ND community an opportunity to drive up to the Stepan Center to drop off nonperishable food.
Chef Laura Johnson, Notre Dame Food Services, was named 2015 American Culinary Federation (ACF) Central Region Pastry Chef of the Year, and will go on to compete against regional counterparts in the ACF National Convention in Orlando, Florida, July 30 to Aug. 3 for the national title and a $5,000 award.…