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Fighting For Lasting Peace

For five decades, the Colombian government, paramilitary groups and drug cartels have been at war causing more than 200,000 casualties and more than 5 million civilians being forced from their homes.

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Nanovic Institute Student Spotlight: Mary Aloia

A fatherless and nationless maverick adopted by the Parisian art world, advocate of Cubism and the Surrealist movement, the poet Guillaume Apollinaire has retained his relevance to our times. The approaching centenary of his death has provoked a renewed interest...

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A Conversation with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

In a reflective, frank and often wryly humorous conversation with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Monday night (Sept. 12) at the University of Notre Dame’s Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center, the justice offered insights into her upbringing,...

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2016 Nanovic Institute Faculty Summer Research

Eight full-time faculty fellows received Institute funding to conduct exciting and innovative research projects this summer in Europe. Each project intersected with at least one of the Institute's five research areas.esearch areas.

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McWell Renovations Spotlight Sustainable Practices

The Rev. James E. McDonald Center for Student Well-Being, better known as “McWell”, underwent a renovation over the summer that transformed the traditional clinical office space in Saint Liam Hall into a sustainable wellness oasis for use by all university...

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