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Notre Dame Stories

A place at the table: Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, CEO of Feeding America, awarded 2024 Laetare Medal

Meet Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, the 2024 Laetare Medalist. Read how she went from a cancer diagnosis in 2015 to the CEO of Feeding America in 2018 — growing it to the largest charitable organization in the U.S. The Laetare Medal is considered the most prestigious honor given to an American Catholic.
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Notre Dame ranks as top educational institution and in top 20 on Forbes’ America’s Best Large Employers list

Notre Dame has been named as the top educational institution on the Forbes list of America’s Best Large Employers 2024, and was positioned in 20th place overall, ahead of many notable corporations and organizations. 
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Notre Dame Forum

Maria Ressa, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, to discuss AI and digital disinformation

Maria Ressa will explore key challenges facing international information ecosystems and global democracy. She will discuss the possibility of developing artificial intelligence (AI) that respects truth and dissent. This Notre Dame Forum event will take place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 20, in the Smith Ballroom in the Morris Inn.
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February: The month in photos

So much happened in February that it needed an extra day. A papal audience, Black History Month, Lunar New Year, Rare Disease Day, record-setting weather ... and more. Take a look back at February in photos.
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Land donation supports new approach to affordable housing in South Bend

Notre Dame has donated three plots of land to the Northeast Neighborhood Revitalization Organization (NNRO), the nonprofit community development organization serving the increasingly popular Northeast Neighborhood south of campus. The land, along Turnock Street, will be used to build affordable, single-family homes as part of a newly formed community land trust, the first of its kind in Indiana.
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