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As part of a presentation to a class of Notre Dame College students, members of the Mentor, Ohio, bomb squad and associated public safety vehicles will be on campus the morning of FRIDAY, MARCH 18.

Notre Dame College’s Winter Band Programs traveled to the Dayton area last weekend to compete in multiple events including the Winter Guard International Dayton Percussion Regional, scoring impressive results for the first time in College history.

The underlying mission Notre Dame College’s Abrahamic Center is the conviction that Jews, Christians and Muslims worship the same God. Religious persecution, mass genocide and terrorism, however, are often perpetrated in the name of religion, despite the similarities between the three faiths and their potential for collaboration. One professor at NDC has now studied these similarities and how each of the Abrahamic traditions has come to embrace monotheism.  

Notre Dame College’s Clara Fritzsche Library will host “Foiled, Framed and Waiting,” a solo exhibit of images by Cleveland-based digital artist Andrew Raz. The show will run from March 10 through April 8 and an opening reception will be held on Thursday, March 10, from 6 to 8 p.m.

Notre Dame College has announced its upcoming orientation and registration days. Incoming students can choose from five different priority registration dates: April 16, May 18, June 10, June 18 or July 15.

Notre Dame Director of Athletics Susan Hlavacek has been named to the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Executive Committee, the organization announced.

The healthcare field is one of the fastest-growing employment areas in the nation; and Notre Dame College is adopting to that trend by adding three new professional development programs to its already rich catalog for adult learners.

The Cuyahoga County Department of Development has awarded Notre Dame College $200,000 for renovations of campus facilities. The grant was announced during the inaugural meeting of the county’s Economic Development Commission on Jan. 25. 

Notre Dame College President Andrew P. Roth has announced that the College’s board of directors has approved the purchase of the former Regina High School at 1857 South Green Road. Established in 1953, the all-girls high school graduated its last class in June 2010.

Notre Dame College, in collaboration with Ensemble Theatre, will host 12 performances of Charles Smith’s “Free Man of Color,” a historical drama about Ohio’s first African American college graduate, in the Performing Arts Center from Feb. 10 to Feb. 27.