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Buildup at Notre Dame won't affect football season

July 27, 2015 Categories: Our Stories

As appeared in the South Bend Tribune on July 26, 2015

By Margaret Fosmoe

 

SOUTH BEND — Huge construction cranes  mark the University of Notre Dame skyline and tall fences keep the public far away from Notre Dame Stadium.

That’s been the scene for months as the $400 million Campus Crossroads construction project proceeds Read More

Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture co-hosts West Washington neighborhood block party

July 16, 2015 Categories: Our Stories

Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture

The University of Notre Dame’s Center for Arts and Culture, in conjunction with the Indiana University South Bend Civil Rights Heritage Center, will celebrate South Bend’s past, present and future during a block party at 1045 W. Washington St. in the West Washington neighborhood. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday (July 18). Read More

2015 Family Volunteer Camp honors legacy of Father Hesburgh

July 16, 2015 Categories: Our Stories

2013 Family Volunteer Camp

The Notre Dame Alumni Association’s annual Family Volunteer Camp in July is remembering Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, C.S.C., with its first-ever theme, “Honoring Father Ted through participating: An event deeply rooted in his values.”

The camp invites alumni families to campus to spend a week doing volunteer work at community partner sites and to reconnect with the University of Notre Dame and each other. Children ages 9 and older come with their parents to participate in service projects while learning about the University’s commitment to giving back. After Father Ted passed away at the age of 97 in February, the camp’s organizers wanted to honor his legacy of service by dedicating this year’s camp to him. Read More


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