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Campus news for faculty and staff
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Parking lot and road closures for student move-in

Beginning at the end of business on Monday, Aug. 15, four parking lots will be closed to prepare for residence hall move-in. Read about temporary changes to parking and traffic flow.
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Microchip supply chain delays affect Irish1Card distribution

A global shortage of microchips has caused a delay in issuing standard or replacement Irish1Cards with digitally enhanced cardstock. As the Campus Card Office receives batches of cardstock, affected faculty, staff and students will receive a communication outlining the process for swapping the temporary card for a permanent Irish1Card. More details are available in this FAQ.
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The "oldest band in the land" marches out

The Band of the Fighting Irish, the oldest college band in continuous existence in the U.S., will kick off its 177th year with a march-out around campus at 9:15 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 18. The march will begin outside the Ricci Band Rehearsal Hall and conclude at the Ricci Family Fields. 
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ND hosts joint conference of national Black Catholic clergy and religious 

The annual joint conference of the national organizations for Black Catholic clergy, women religious, deacons and seminarians was held on campus July 24 to 28. The conference’s theme was “Walk Together Children," bringing participants together to focus on reflection, study, conversation, planning and prayer. The event was also featured in Today's Catholic.
"African Americans constitute only about 4 percent of Catholic adults in the U.S., so it was especially important for Notre Dame’s religious and academic leaders to have this opportunity to learn of the interests, ideas, spiritual practices and values of this network of African American clergy, nuns, deacons and seminarians." — Dianne Pinderhughes,  professor of Africana studies and political science
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Twitter v. Musk

New York Magazine takes a look at the upcoming Twitter v. Musk lawsuit and the intricacies of the case in "I Used to Work on Cases Like Twitter v. Musk. Here's What Will Happen Next." Twitter brought a lawsuit against Elon Musk, who has backed out of his agreement to buy the social media company.
Samuel L. Bray, a professor in the Law School, weighs in on what remedies the court would have to enforce, regardless of the decision handed down. 
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Statement from Father Jenkins on the passing of US Congresswoman Jackie Walorski

President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., issued a statement on the passing of Congresswoman Jackie Walorski. Walorski, along with three others, died on Wednesday, Aug. 3, as a result of a two-car accident.
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Health & Wellness

Weight Watchers offers discount

Kick-start a weight-loss journey that’s all you with the PersonalPoints Program from our wellness partner, WW (Weight Watchers). To learn more about our partnership with WW or to join now, visit
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