Upholding the Catholic character of the University of Notre Dame
Billionaire reflects on the negative impacts of DEI in conversation with Professor Patrick Deneen
New programs pursue Mendoza’s mission to “grow the good in business”
Faculty Director for Mendoza Honors Program discusses program’s structure and mission
Mendoza hosts event to open dialogue for students, faculty, and community members
College of Business’s new brand narrative highlights University’s Catholic mission
After spending hours reviewing good and bad deeds from the past year, toymaker and reindeer hobbyist Santa Claus determined that Notre Dame finance major Bryce Ratner was just good enough to get nearly everything on his Christmas list.
The popular campus indie-folk band “Rousseau’Shaughnessy”, comprised of 11 sophomore English majors living in Dillon Hall, is set to play their first public show at Legends this coming weekend.
Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, the nation’s top business school, changes its admissions policies.
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