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Women Engineers host 5k race

| Thursday, October 30, 2014

Notre Dame’s Society of Women Engineers (SWE) will hold their annual Trick-or-SWEet 5K on Thursday evening to raise money for the Best Buddies organization. Sophomore Michelle Galarneau said she and sophomore Yomara Acevedo started to plan the Halloween-themed race during the past summer. Galarneau is SWE’s outreach director and Acevedo is the read more

‘ACE Night’ recruits fellows

| Thursday, October 30, 2014

Wednesday night, the Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) held its second annual “ACE Night” information session for students considering applying for the post-graduate teaching organization. Students who participate in ACE teach during the school year and attend graduate school at Notre Dame during the summer to earn their Master’s read more

Group votes on new resolution

| Thursday, October 30, 2014

The Student Senate met Wednesday evening to vote on Resolution SS1415-06. The resolution, which was passed unanimously, is an amendment to the Constitution of the Undergraduate Student Body requiring that Student Union organizations have a framework for a smooth transition process between the administrations. The amendment also requires the read more

Professor shares new poetry book

| Thursday, October 30, 2014

Tuesday evening, Saint Mary’s department of business administration and economics hosted a poetry reading honoring the poetry of Dr. Jerome McElroy, professor of economics. McElroy read from his new chapbook, titled “Hidden Graces.” Professor emeritus of religious studies Keith Egan introduced McElroy and said it was an honor to introduce such read more

Bishop inspires architect students

Bishop inspires architect students

| Thursday, October 30, 2014

Bishop Kevin Rhoades of the Catholic diocese of Fort Wayne–South Bend spoke on the role of architects in service to the Church in a lecture to the School of Architecture in Bond Hall on Wednesday afternoon. Rhoades said architects serve the Church’s mission of proclaiming the Word of God, read more

South Bend resident relates pro-life activism

| Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Shawn Sullivan, a lawyer, real-estate agent and pro-life activist from the South Bend community, spoke at Saint Mary’s on Tuesday night about with his involvement with the pro-life movement as director of the Apostolate of Divine Mercy in Service of Human Life. Sullivan presented a half-hour long talk for students and read more