Hesburgh reflecting pool stages ND Children’s Choir performance

From The Observer Notre Dame students, faculty and community members will be able to rediscover their inner child at the Notre Dame Children’s Choir’s performance of “Noye’s Fludde,” taking place Friday and Saturday at the Hesburgh Library courtyard on a stage above the reflecting pool. The children’s opera (pronounced “Noah’s Flood”) tells the Biblical story …

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Notre Dame professor revises catalog of ancient Christian texts for Vatican library digitization project

The Vatican library provides invaluable resources for Department of Classics professor Joseph Amar, but in the course of his study, he has worked to correct discrepancies in one of the library’s manuscript catalogs, he said. Using manuscripts from the first centuries of Christianity, Amar said he studies the writings of early Christian thinkers. Many of …

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Africana Studies display on Ann Coulter vandalized

From The Observer An Africana Studies department bulletin board displaying quotes by political commentator Ann Coulter was defaced with red paint over Easter weekend. University spokesman Dennis Brown said Notre Dame Security Police (NDSP) was investigating the incident as an act of vandalism. The bulletin board, which remains outside the office on the third floor of …

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Notre Dame ROTC holds annual Pass In Review on South Quad, renewing old tradition

From The Observer In the middle of the 20th century, Notre Dame’s South Quad was a military rallying point. University archive photos from the WWII era and the 1950s show Notre Dame’s ROTC units and other military organizations marching up and down the quad in front of Rockne Memorial and a partially-constructed O’Shaughnessy Hall. Wednesday …

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