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NEW employee hang tag: Drive-up, hands-free access

Digitally enhanced hang tags for faculty, staff, retirees and postdocs are available at the Notre Dame Police Department. Stop by the Parking Services desk in the first-floor lobby of Hammes Mowbray Hall to get yours. This video shows how easy it is to use.
Graphic that says 2022-2023 Academic Year Opening Mass, TODAY, MASS: P.M. Basilica of the Sacred Heart. There is a clickable button for details.
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New home for football gameday website is the new home for all home football game information. Purchase tickets and find other gameday-related information, including traffic, parking, clear bag policies, accessibility and more. 


Wellness Center south parking lot entrance closed   

Beginning Wednesday, Aug. 24, the south entrance to the Wellness Center parking lot will be closed due to construction in the surrounding area. Other access to the parking lot is available.
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‘Rudy’ returns to Notre Dame Stadium for free Flick on the Field  

Catch the movie "Rudy" on the big screen at Notre Dame Stadium at Flick on the Field this Friday, Aug. 26. The 1993 film, starring Sean Astin, tells the story of Daniel “Rudy” Ruettiger, who follows his dream to play football at Notre Dame. Admission and parking are free and open to the public. Here are more details about admission, parking and concessions. 

ND in the News

High blood lead levels in children and racial residential segregation

Marie Lynn Miranda, the director of the Children’s Environmental Health Initiative, spoke with The Hill about her research on how lead exposure in racially segregated housing lowers reading scores among Black children.  
Graphic that says A Skills-Based Training Course about mental health and substance abuse issues. August 25, 2022, 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.


A home by design

For John Mellor, associate professor of the practice in the School of Architecture, what started as a question turned into a practical examination of affordable home design, uniting architecture students with Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County and resulting in a new home for a local family.

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