Carl Glickman received the 2011 Notre Dame College Medal.

For his exemplary leadership, Notre Dame College awarded philanthropist and civic leader Carl D. Glickman its highest honor, the 2011 Notre Dame College Medal, at Executive Caterers at Landerhaven on April 2.

Students, faculty and staff participated in Cleveland's St. Patrick's Day Parade

An estimated 300,000 people were all eyes and ears for Notre Dame, when NDC students on top of a Blarney Castle float and the College’s marching band playing its version of two Irish tunes participated in Cleveland’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade.

The Falcons successfully defended the NAIA National Championships title.

The Wrestling Falcons are NAIA champions again. Notre Dame successfully defended its 2010 crown with another decisive victory at the NAIA National Championships. Two Notre Dame wrestlers earned their individual titles as well.

NDC students are building homes for Habitat for Humanity this spring break.

It has become a tradition at Notre Dame College that a group of service-oriented students spends its spring break building homes for Habitat for Humanity. This year, two student groups are volunteering their time to the cause.

Senior Jillian Malee's rt exhibit will open on April 7.

Notre Dame College senior Jillian Malee has painted portraits of missing adults and children to spread awareness of those missing from Ohio’s neighborhoods. Her senior art exhibit “Have You Seen Me?” will open in the PAC on Thursday, April 7.

Notre Dame students Cristin Brown (left) and Rachel Green at the Career Fest.

For the second year in a row, Notre Dame College students visited one of the largest career fairs in Ohio to seek internships and permanent employment. The 15 juniors and seniors went to Columbus on Feb. 4 for the annual Career Fest.

Notre Dame's Indoor Color Guard competed for the first time this past weekend.

The Notre Dame College Band’s winter performance programs embarked on their first weekend of competition last week. The College’s Requiem Indoor Color Guard and Indoor Percussion Ensemble performed at Miamisburg High School.

Twenty-seven NDC travelers are visiting Israel during spring break.

Alumni, students, faculty and friends of Notre Dame College are embarking on an educational and spiritual adventure to the Holy Land. The group is exploring Israel from the lowest point on earth at the Dead Sea to the lofty heights of Jerusalem.

NDC faculty cooked a Tex-Mex themed meal for residents at Ronald McDonald House.

Sporting cowboy hats, bandanas and sheriff stars, a group of Notre Dame College professors recently visited the Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland to cook a Tex-Mex themed meal for its residents.

Students will help build homes for Habitat for Humanity in Jacksonville, Fla.

For several years, Notre Dame College students have spent their spring and fall breaks building homes for Habitat for Humanity. For the first time this year, they will use part of their winter break to do the same in Jacksonville, Fla.