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Notre Dame College Abrahamic Lecturer Informs Student, Local Efforts to Change World

A Notre Dame College keynote speaker imparted multiple ways for individuals to contribute to better local and global societies—but said the single most important element is effort. The College’s Abrahamic Distinguished Lecturer for 2017, human rights activist John Prendergast, presented his “10...

Notre Dame College Joins, Inspires Caring Hearts at InnerCitySaints Ceremony

The Notre Dame College InnerCitySaints Award ceremony empowered more than 250 members of Northeast Ohio corporate, social service, church and education communities to come together to celebrate the Rev. James P. O’Donnell and his lifetime of ministry among the poor in Cleveland—and help those in...

Notre Dame College Offers Christmas Events Throughout December

Notre Dame College commences its 2017 holiday festivities for the campus and extended community with a series of merry celebrations starting the first weekend in December. The College greets the season with its traditional Christmas Tree Lighting and Candlelight Concert featuring the Notre Dame...

Notre Dame College Honors Father Figure for Foster Children, Cleveland Neighborhood

Notre Dame College is honoring a Catholic priest who has raised more than a dozen foster children and helped raise up an inner-urban Cleveland community. The Rev. James P. “Jim” O’Donnell will receive Notre Dame’s 2017 InnerCitySaints Award during a noon luncheon Thursday, November 16 , at the...

Notre Dame College Offers Free Lecture by Global Advocate Working with Celebrity Activists

Notre Dame College welcomes an international human rights activist who is working with Hollywood celebrities and NBA stars for peace and justice, particularly in Africa, as its Abrahamic Distinguished Lecturer for 2017 . John Prendergast , founding director of The Enough Project, an international...

Notre Dame College Honors Military Veterans On, Off Campus with Annual Ceremony

Notre Dame College is conducting its third annual campus observance in honor of those with military service among its students, faculty, staff and extended family as well as across the U.S. and world. Members of the College community will lead Notre Dame’s Veterans Day ceremony at 12:15 p.m. Friday...

Notre Dame College Launches First Generation Center Peer Mentor, Leadership Initiative

Notre Dame College is not only coaching its first generation students to help them complete their degrees, but also empowering them to be leaders for others who are the first in their families to attend the College. The First Generation, or FirstGen, Center at Notre Dame has selected eight...

Notre Dame College Recognizes Educational Tradition, Innovation in Online Courses

Notre Dame College celebrated the Sisters of Notre Dame and their teaching tradition for continuing to set the standard of educational excellence in an electronic age. The College’s Finn Center for Adult, Graduate and Professional Programs hosted “A Celebration of Learning” to recognize Sr. Karita...

Notre Dame College Celebrates National Novel Writers' Month with Alumnae Authors

Notre Dame College is celebrating November as National Novel Writers’ Month featuring four of its very own in “An Evening of Words and Ideas.” Four alumnae of the College who have reached success in novel writing will discuss “The Rise of the Novel” in a free and open-to-the-public discussion on...

Notre Dame College Stages Reality Theatre Retro Prom Party, Free Show for Area Students

Notre Dame College continues its Joan Cronin Reagan #NDCPerforms fall series with an immersive musical theatre experience— The Awesome 80’s Prom November 10-12 , which premieres with a free matinee for junior high and high school students. Audience members are guests of a senior prom at the...

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