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Father Jenkins comments on Russian atrocities against clergy in Ukraine

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Guidance for e-scooter operators 

For the safety of those coming and going across campus, e-scooters are no longer allowed in hallways, stairwells or common areas of any University building. Read about the updates to the electric scooter policy.
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Douglas Road reopens to Warren Golf Course entrance

Progress on the Douglas Road project continues, including this reopened stretch of Douglas.


Fall COVID-19 update

Given the University’s high vaccination rate, and in consultation with public health officials and partners across the region, the University's COVID protocols will remain unchanged from those announced at the conclusion of the 2021-22 academic year. Read about the 2022 fall semester protocols.
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$5M gift for new student career development program  

Tom and Molly Duffey of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, have made a $5 million gift to create and endow the Duffey Career Development Program in the Keough School of Global Affairs. The program will prepare graduate and undergraduate students to compete successfully for professional opportunities and positions. 
ND in the News

Gen Z study ranks Notre Dame one of 'most trusted' universities

Rounding out the top five most trusted universities were Duke University, the University of Notre Dame, Cornell University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  

Consumers lower their expectations of future inflation

Jason Reed, the Wade Family Associate Teaching Professor of Finance, spoke with the Wall Street Journal in "U.S. News: Americans Reduce Inflation Expectations." Reed commented on how food and gasoline prices play a role in how consumers view the economy.
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Health & Wellness

Mental Health First Aid course offered

Mental Health First Aid is a skills-based training course that teaches participants about mental health and substance abuse issues. Attendees will learn risk factors and warning signs for mental and addiction concerns and ways to help someone. Register through Endeavor. 

Health & Wellness

Information at your fingertips

The Sydney Health mobile app through Anthem makes keeping track of health and benefits easier. Member Services, virtual care, health records, health care resources and live chat are readily available.
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de Nicola Center, McGrath Institute to host webinar series on caring for women and children after Dobbs

The de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture and McGrath Institute for Church Life will co-host a webinar discussion series addressing questions facing women, physicians and policymakers titled “Caring for Women and Children: Navigating Medicine, Law, and Policy After Dobbs.” The first panel will take place at 4 p.m. today.
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