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Notre Dame College Students Learn from Refugee, Experts in Immigration Issues

A refugee of civil war and genocide in Sudan—who started fighting in his native African country at age 9 and three years later was general to 6,000 boys—shared his story of social justice with Notre Dame College theology students. Akol Madut, considered one of the PBS-coined “lost boys of Sudan,”...

Notre Dame College Receives Grant to Support Photography, Theatrical Projects with Community

Notre Dame College has received a nearly $25,000 grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture (CAC) to support a photo-journaling project, which includes a photo contest with the cities of South Euclid and Lyndhurst. The NDC Arts: Alive and Thriving grant not only will help fund photography activities...

Notre Dame College Remodels Library, Creates Student Activity Space

Notre Dame College is renovating its library and adding a student activity area—and asking students to name the new space. Improvements underway at the Clara Fritzsche Library are focusing on more efficient use and storage of books and reference materials. The day-to-day business operations of the...

Notre Dame College Students Place in National NCAA PSA Contest

Five Notre Dame College student-athletes placed second in a national, public service announcement contest as part of an NCAA health and safety conference. Members of the Student Athletic Advisory Coucil—Mitch Shegos, Lauren Langenderfer, Celine Mangan, Sabrina Mottershead and Jay Banyasz—created a...

Notre Dame College to Enhance Entrepreneurship Program with New Grant Funding

Notre Dame College is launching a three-year plan to grow its entrepreneurship program with a $15,000 grant from a foundation supporting free enterprise, The Burton D. Morgan Foundation. The College currently offers an entrepreneurship minor and started an entrepreneurship club, called NDC e , this...

Notre Dame College Celebrates Largest Undergraduate Class with Two Commencement Ceremonies

Notre Dame College will celebrate the largest undergraduate graduating class in the history of the almost century-old institution. To accommodate the record number of graduates and their families, for the first time ever, the College will host two undergraduate degree ceremonies, one for graduates...

Notre Dame College, South Euclid Launch Photo Contest

Join South Euclid and Notre Dame College in recording a day in the life of our city. The City of South Euclid and Notre Dame College invite the community to record daily life in the South Euclid neighborhoods through a photographic montage of the city. Take photos in and around the city recording...

Distinguished Faculty Member Honors Students’ Academic Excellence: With Advice to Fail

Nearly 100 Notre Dame College students have earned a 4.0 grade point average and more than 600 have finished with a 3.5-3.99 GPA over the past two semesters. The College celebrated these President’s List and Dean’s List recipients, respectively, during an on-campus recognition ceremony in Regina...

Notre Dame College Moot Court Team to Compete in National Tournament

Notre Dame College’s Moot Court team has been selected for a national tournament in only its third year of competition. Four students in the group of 11 this year have been invited to contend against teams from much larger and more established colleges and universities in the National Moot Court...

Notre Dame College Theologian Supports Appearances of Jesus as Corporeal Resurrection

A Notre Dame College theology faculty member has built a case in Scripture to dispute some scholars who discount the physical Resurrection appearances of Jesus as simply bereavement experiences. Glenn B. Siniscalchi, Ph.D., assistant professor of theology at the College, contends that the accounts...

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