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Career Center hosts fair

Career Center hosts fair

| Thursday, January 29, 2015

The Career Center will be hosting its annual Winter Career and Internship Fair this Thursday in the Joyce Center from 4-8 p.m., Hilary Flanagan, director of the Career Center, said. A wide range of industries will be at the Fair representing 133 employers, with a mix of full-time and internship read more

Group reflects on human dignity

Group reflects on human dignity

| Thursday, January 29, 2015

Wednesday evening, the Kellogg Institute of International Studies hosted “Understanding Human Dignity,” the inaugural event in a semester-long discussion on human dignity and human development, utilizing lessons learned at Kellogg’s “2014 Human Dignity and Human Development Conference” on Oct. 22-24 in Rome, Italy. “We invited 14 terrific faculty members and read more

SMC club inspires Catholic dialogue

| Thursday, January 29, 2015

Four Saint Mary’s students introduced a new club last semester, called Christ Lights. Junior club president Sofia Piecuch said she started the club with fellow juniors Clare Lambert, vice president, Olivia Beck, treasurer, and Brianna Noll, secretary, with hopes to strengthen her Catholic faith during her time as an undergraduate. read more

Film festival to screen student projects

Film festival to screen student projects

| Thursday, January 29, 2015

In celebration of the 26th annual Notre Dame Student Film Festival, the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center will screen undergraduate films created this past year in courses conducted through the department of film, television and theatre (FTT). Professor Ted Mandell, who organized the inaugural film festival in 1990 and has read more

Activist promotes stalking awareness

| Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Saint Mary’s Belles Against Violence Office (BAVO) hosted Debbie Riddle, who spoke Tuesday evening to promote awareness of stalking. Riddle’s sister Peggy Klinke was stalked by an ex-boyfriend, Patrick Kennedy, who murdered Klinke in 2003. Her murder led to a congressional briefing and declaration of National Stalking Awareness month celebrated every read more

Panel discusses role of torture in CIA interrogation tactics

| Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Notre Dame’s Center for Civil and Human Rights hosted a discussion panel Tuesday titled, “Tortured Nation: Morality, Security, and Torture,” examining the moral and legal implications of a recent report on detention and interrogation of terror suspects from the United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Director of the Center for Civil read more

NDtv holds open auditions for ‘The Irish Bachelor’

| Tuesday, January 27, 2015

This spring, a group of women will compete for one Notre Dame man’s heart on NDtv’s The Irish Bachelor. NDtv Station Manager Caitlin Crommett said the idea for the Irish Bachelor was prompted by the success of last year’s Irish Bachelorette — a dating show modeled after ABC’s The Bachelorette. read more

Debate examines meaning of marriage

Debate examines meaning of marriage

| Tuesday, January 27, 2015

On Tuesday, the debate “What is Marriage?” examined the definition and meaning of marriage and looked at both sides of the same-sex marriage debate. The Tocqueville Program for Inquiry Into Religion and American Public Life and the Dean’s Fellows of the College of Arts and Letters co-sponsored the event, which featured read more