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Teresa Webb visits the NDCAC

April 27, 2015 Categories: Our Stories

Native American Story Teller & Cultural Instructor, Teresa Webb spent two days at the Notre Damce Center for Arts and Culture. Webb, a third generation Anishinaabe Ottoawa Potawatomi storyteller, uses music and stories in her work as a Cultural Awareness Educator at the Eiteljorg Museum in Indianapolis.   Read More

Teaching the Importance of Saving for College

April 27, 2015 Categories: Our Stories

By Catherine Ake

“Start Early, Save Regularly,” and “It’s never too late to start saving” are two of Notre Dame’s Saving for College program’s principle messages. The Saving for College program is a cross-departmental initiative led by John Sejdinaj, Vice President for Finance at the University of Notre Dame, that works to inform and inspire members of the Notre Dame family, South Bend community, as well as state and national communities about the importance of saving for college. Read More

Notre Dame's Segura Arts Studio Releases Grotto Print for Sale

April 24, 2015 Categories: Our Stories

Grotto Print

A limited-edition print of the iconic Grotto at the University of Notre Dame is now for sale through the Segura Arts Studio, located in the Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture (NDCAC). This is the studio’s first print to be created specifically for Notre Dame since moving here from Arizona in 2012, and opening in March of 2013. The Segura Arts Studio chose the grotto as their first subject in order to capture the strong religious aspect of campus, and an iconic landmark that unites the Notre Dame family. Read More


Thu May 21, 2015

Workshop: Cambridge Vertical Readings in Dante's Comedy

Thu May 21, 2015
- 12:30PM

Room 121, Information Technology Center

Italian Studies at Notre Dame is hosting a workshop via teleconference on Purgatorio XXVI with scholars and students from the Universities of Leeds, Notre Dame, and Cambridge. You may feel free to bring your lunch to eat during the workshop and brief discussion to follow.

A lecture by Elena Lombardi of the University of Oxford on Inferno

Open to the Public

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