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University of Notre Dame

University of Notre Dame
A private Catholic university in Notre Dame, Indiana. The school founded in 1842 had a undergraduate enrollment for the 2009-10 academic year of 11,817 students overall and 8,372 undergraduates.The athletic teams, nicknamed the "Fighting Irish," compete in the Big East Conference in basketball, soccer and baseball. The football team is a BCS independent.

Notable alumni include Regis Philbin, Joe Montana and d astronaut Jim Wetherbee.
A private Catholic university in Notre Dame, Indiana. The school founded in 1842 had a undergraduate enrollment for the 2009-10 academic year of 11,817 students overall and 8,372 undergraduates.The athletic teams, nicknamed the "Fighting Irish," compete in the Big East Conference in basketball, soccer and baseball. The football team is a BCS independent.

Notable alumni include Regis Philbin, Joe Montana and d astronaut Jim Wetherbee.
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  • ESPN sues Notre Dame over police records

    ESPN sues Notre Dame over police records
    ESPN has filed a lawsuit against University of Notre Dame, alleging the school is violating Indiana's public record laws by withholding police incident reports about possible campus crimes involving certain student-athletes. The lawsuit filed Jan. 15 on...
  • Providence athletes commit to colleges

    Providence athletes commit to colleges
    Eight student-athletes from Providence High School in New Lenox earlier this month signed National Letters of Intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level, according to a press release from the school. Tess Barrett, Miles Boykin,...
  • Campus News

    Connor Neumann of Clarendon Hills was named to the president's list at Bentley University in Waltham, Mass., for the fall semester. To be named to the President's List, a full-time student must have a grade point average of 3.7 or higher with no course...
  • Waking up from the nightmare

    Waking up from the nightmare
    We are five years out from an earthquake of unspeakable horror in Haiti; at least 200,000 died. The carnage was due not as much to the middling quake, but poverty. Poor construction turned entire city blocks into death traps. The anniversary brought...
  • Two challengers seek to upset Fort Lauderdale mayor's re-election plans

    Two challengers seek to upset Fort Lauderdale mayor's re-election plans
    FORT LAUDERDALE — Homeless feeding restrictions, marriage equality and the International Swimming Hall of Fame won't be on the city's Feb. 10 election ballot, but opponents of Mayor Jack Seiler want voters to be thinking about them. Seiler is...
  • David DeCoursey, revered leader of Leadership Greater Chicago, dies

    David DeCoursey, revered leader of Leadership Greater Chicago, dies
    David DeCoursey was for 25 years the executive director of Leadership Greater Chicago, which has offered training on civic issues to hundreds of leaders in business, government and nonprofits. "The number of civic leaders who LGC didn't just touch but...
  • Warren Buffett's sister gives Northwestern a $101M gift

    Warren Buffett's sister gives Northwestern a $101M gift
    Northwestern University announced Wednesday the largest donation in its history — more than $100 million to boost the field of global studies and fund scholarships for international students. The donation comes from Northwestern alum Roberta...
  • The Rev. Richard McBrien dies at 78; liberal Catholic theologian

    The Rev. Richard McBrien dies at 78; liberal Catholic theologian
    The Rev. Richard McBrien, a University of Notre Dame theologian known for his unabashedly liberal stands on various church teachings and his popular books on Catholicism, died Sunday in his native Connecticut after a lengthy illness, according to the...
  • White privilege class opens discussion, locals say

    A college course delving into the realities of white privilege can create opportunities for worthwhile dialogue and understanding, local educators and community leaders believe. In talking about the University of Notre Dame’s new course on the...
  • Notre Dame professor known for liberal stands dies

    Notre Dame professor known for liberal stands dies
    The Rev. Richard McBrien, a University of Notre Dame theologian known for his unabashed liberal stands on various church teachings and his popular books on Catholicism, died Sunday in his native Connecticut, according to the school. He was 78. The...
  • Former Gov. Bob McDonnell ruminates on career gone awry

    About a month after his corruption conviction, former Gov. Bob McDonnell paid a quiet visit to the home of an old friend. McDonnell and Liz Reiley had seen each other just once since middle school, yet their emotions poured out as he consoled her over...