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The object of art: Students explore the galleries and stages of London

Adjunct art history professor Lois Oliver introduces students to Londons rich art scene through an experiential course called London as Art Capital.


Targeted prevention helps stop homelessness before it starts

Homelessness has become an increasingly worrisome crisis in our nation over the past several years, but a new study from Notre Dame’s David Phillips and James Sullivan shows that efforts to prevent homelessness work. 
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In Memoriam

Notre Dame Hesburgh Trustee Ernestine Raclin

Ernestine Raclin, who served for many years on Notre Dame’s Board of Trustees, died Thursday, July 13, in South Bend at age 95.
ND in the News

Old money, new invention

Khachatur Manukyan, an associate research professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, is featured in the Newsweek article Benjamin Franklin Developed a Money Invention We Didnt Know About. Read about the money invention that put Benjamin Franklin well ahead of his time. 

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New assistant VP of strategic communications named

Beth Grisoli, formerly executive director of multimedia services and strategic resources, has been promoted to assistant vice president of strategic communications, in the Office of Public Affairs and Communications, effective July 1.

In Case You Missed It

Lego Main Building arrives in McKenna Hall

There’s so much to take in on Notre Dame’s campus: the “Word of Life” mural, the Grotto, the Basilica, the Golden Dome, Notre Dame Stadium and a fairly new attraction of a diminutive nature — the Lego Main Building.


Dreams do come true

Lenette Votava, marketing professional in the Office of Information Technologies, along with alumnus Juan-Carlos Alarcon and fellow members of the Festival Chorus of Michiana, represented the area at a choral ensemble at the Kennedy Center in honor of the 60th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s I Have a Dream speech.


Word to the Wise

Enter to win prizes by playing July’s Word to the Wise from Risk Management and Safety.
Click the picture above to guess this month’s five-letter word. Here’s the clue: You might get burned if you don’t remember this message!
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Don’t lose Wi-Fi access — run the Eduroam utility by July 19 

OIT system administrators will install a new security certificate for the Eduroam network between 6 and 7 a.m. Wednesday, July 19. To ensure you can connect to the campus Wi-Fi network, run the Eduroam setup utility by visiting on each of your devices as soon as possible. If you do not run this utility on all your wireless devices before 6 a.m. July 19, they will no longer connect to the Eduroam network. Read about it here
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