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Notre Dame College Offers Reflections throughout Lent and the Triduum of Easter

Colleagues in the Notre Dame College community share their reflections during this Lenten season. A total of eight messages will be presented: Ash Wednesday, the six Sundays of Lent, the Triduum and Easter Sunday. Read this and past weeks' Lenten reflections.

The Lenten Journey: Weekly Reflections

Easter Sunday He Is Risen Easter relates a story of TRIUMPH, TRANSFORMATION, and TRANSCENDENCE. I press on. In the face of disappointment, despair and daily media “scream issues,” I do not relinquish hope. Emerson asserted, “To the extent that we are separated from a direct, intuitive knowledge of...

Notre Dame College Students Prepare Tax Returns for Low-income Residents

Notre Dame College students are offering free tax preparation for low-income Cuyahoga County residents again this year. Students at the College are positively impacting the community by filing federal and state income tax forms for those who cannot afford account services or software packages...

Notre Dame College to Host Renowned Rock and Roll Photographer as Visiting Fellow

Notre Dame College’s first Celebration of Scholarship Week kicks off with an art and history-themed lecture on rock musicians from Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow Patrick Harbron, an internationally renowned photographer, who will remain on campus for an intensive five-day visit April 13-17. Harbron...

Notre Dame College Students Learn to Get Linked in at Career-centered Social Media Open House

Notre Dame College is offering students a leg up on Linkedin job market competition with a campus practicum that includes a free professional portrait for each participant. The Career Services Center’s second Linkedin Open House is from 3-5 p.m. Monday, March 30, in the Performing Arts Center. Last...

Notre Dame College Presents Gallery Exhibit of Artist's Lifelong Love of Sailing, Nature

Notre Dame College’s Clara Fritzsche Library is hosting “Ira Firstencel…sailing down the stream of life,” a retrospective exhibition of the late artist’s paintings. The exhibit is free and open to the public and will run through March 31. A closing reception will be conducted from 6-8 p.m. Thursday...

Notre Dame College Highlights Students, Caribbean Music in One-Act Musical Production

Notre Dame College’s student theatre troupe joined by a play production class present “Once On This Island,” a one-act musical, March 26-29 on the College campus. Written by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty and produced through special arrangement with MTI/Music Theatre International, the tale of...

Notre Dame College Students Present Chemistry Research Alongside Regional Experts

Two Notre Dame College students are among the 80 experts presenting research as the College hosts the 2015 meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS) Cleveland Section. The College’s biology and chemistry clubs hosted the scientists in fields ranging from astronomy to engineering to...

Notre Dame College Political Science Students Lobby State Legislature for College Student Grant Funding

Notre Dame College students in a lobbying and advocacy class are applying both theories in practice at the Ohio General Assembly in Columbus. The team of seven students in the political science special topics course is petitioning state government officials on behalf of two senate bills proposed by...

Notre Dame College Students, Staff Serve Over Spring Break

Nearly 30 Notre Dame College students and staff are serving communities during this spring break via College-endorsed excursions—either with Habitat for Humanity in Alabama or an immersion throughout Cleveland’s in-need neighborhoods. For the first time this year, 15 students will participate in...

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August 7

2015 Northeast Ohio Human Trafficking Symposium

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Performing Arts Center
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