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Alcohol Anonymous Meetings

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Location: Geddes Hall, B34 Lower Level

The Alumni Association will host an open meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous in the Center for Social Concerns, Geddes Hall, B34 (lower level).  The meeting will last approximately one hour.

For more information please contact the Alumni Association at 574-631-6000. Read More...

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Rembrandt’s Religious Prints: The Feddersen Collection

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Location: Snite Museum - O’Shaughnessy Gallery West

Organized in conjunction with the 175th anniversary of the University’s founding, this exhibition features over seventy etchings by this master printmaker given to the Museum in 1991 by Jack and Alfrieda Feddersen of Elkhart, Indiana. Their collection focused on Rembrandt’s religious and biblical subjects making it an especially fitting gift to the University.  The exhibition coincides with the publication of a comprehensive catalog of the Snite Museum's holdings of Rembrandt prints co-published with Indiana University Press Read More...

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Making Everything Out of Anything: Prints, Drawings, and Sculptures by Willie Cole

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Location: Snite Museum - O’Shaughnessy Galleries II and III

This exhibition will focus on a major theme of American artist Willie Cole: his extraordinarily creative repurposing of everyday objects such as steam irons, ironing boards, hair dryers, bicycle parts, and women’s shoes to create artworks that comment on diverse subjects such as African art, cultural identity, gender, and sexuality. Read More...

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Science Exploration Series

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Location: 101 Jordan Hall of Science

Forbidden Symmetries, Penrose Tiles, and the Nobel Prize

Presented by Brian Hall, Professor of Mathematics

Ancient Greek mathematicians identified five solid shapes with a high degree of symmetry, known as the platonic solids.  The most symmetric of these, the dodecahedron, has 120 different symmetries.  Crystallographers, meanwhile, identified the possible symmetries of repeating patterns ("crystals") and found that dodecahedral symmetry was not possible in crystals. Read More...

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Saturday Scholar Series

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Location: Snite Museum - Annenberg Auditorium

“Healing Words, Healing Work: Supporting Recovery from Child Abuse and Neglect”

Kristin Valentino, William J. Shaw Center for Children and Families Associate Professor of Psychology.

Child abuse and neglect leads to destructive behavioral and physical health problems among millions of children each year. This talk will address how to support recovery from child abuse and neglect through the strengthening of parent-child relationships. Read More...

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Mendoza Graduate Alumni Tailgate

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Location: Mendoza Atrium & Courtyard

Mendoza Graduate Alumni from the MBA, EMBA, MSA, MNA, MSM, MSF and MSBA programs are invited to attend!

Enjoy a buffet of tailgate food, catch up with classmates and meet up with some of your former professors.

Cost is $5/person for guests who register online Read More...

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Player Walk

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Location: Hesburgh Library Quad

Coach Kelly and the Irish football team arrive at the Gug on Saturday afternoons for final preparations before taking the field at Notre Dame Stadium. After the team walks from the Gug to the Hesburgh Library, proceeds south toward the Stadium, and enters the house that Rockne built through the Tunnel gates. Read More...

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Building Bridges of Faith Photo Exhibition

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Location: Hesburgh Library - First Floor

The University of Notre Dame and the Consulate General of Israel to the Midwest are pleased to present a photographic depiction of Papal visits to the Holy Land. Photographs of four visits by Pope Paul VI, Pope John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI, and Pope Francis are included in the exhibition at the Hesburgh Library on the Notre Dame campus, September 6 through December 9, 2017 Read More...

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Rembrandt’s Religious Prints: The Feddersen Collection

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Location: Snite Museum - O’Shaughnessy Gallery West

Organized in conjunction with the 175th anniversary of the University’s founding, this exhibition features over seventy etchings by this master printmaker given to the Museum in 1991 by Jack and Alfrieda Feddersen of Elkhart, Indiana. Their collection focused on Rembrandt’s religious and biblical subjects making it an especially fitting gift to the University.  The exhibition coincides with the publication of a comprehensive catalog of the Snite Museum's holdings of Rembrandt prints co-published with Indiana University Press Read More...

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Making Everything Out of Anything: Prints, Drawings, and Sculptures by Willie Cole

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Location: Snite Museum - O’Shaughnessy Galleries II and III

This exhibition will focus on a major theme of American artist Willie Cole: his extraordinarily creative repurposing of everyday objects such as steam irons, ironing boards, hair dryers, bicycle parts, and women’s shoes to create artworks that comment on diverse subjects such as African art, cultural identity, gender, and sexuality. Read More...

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Building Bridges of Faith Photo Exhibition

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Location: Hesburgh Library - First Floor

The University of Notre Dame and the Consulate General of Israel to the Midwest are pleased to present a photographic depiction of Papal visits to the Holy Land. Photographs of four visits by Pope Paul VI, Pope John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI, and Pope Francis are included in the exhibition at the Hesburgh Library on the Notre Dame campus, September 6 through December 9, 2017 Read More...

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Visit the Guglielmino Complex

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Location: Guglielmino Complex "The Gug"

Only the areas featuring the trophies and National Championship banners will be open to the public with limited access.

The Guglielmino Complex provides the Notre Dame football team with one of the top facilities in the nation. Often referred to as "The Gug" (pronounced Goog), the state of the art facility houses the football practice week locker rooms, coaches' offices and meeting rooms in addition to enhanced sports medicine, strength and conditioning and weight room equipment areas for all Notre Dame student athletes.  Read More...

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