Events

Friday, December 2, 2022

Lecture: "Mobilizing Music in Wartime British Film: Humphrey Jennings and the National Gallery Concerts"

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Location: 306 O'Neill Hall

In the mythology around Second World War Britain, the pianist Myra Hess’s lunchtime concerts at the National Gallery hold a prominent place. In September 1939, theaters and concert halls had been hastily closed and public gatherings prohibited. The National Gallery concerts constituted some of the first glimmers of normal cultural life in wartime, and would continue to be held every weekday throughout the war. They were widely seen as a testament to British fortitude, to a widespread ‘hunger’ for the arts, and to the necessity of music even in a state of total war. In a sign of their cultural importance, the concerts featured frequently in wartime films, most powerfully in the experimental documentaries of Humphrey Jennings. However, as this paper will suggest, these films seem to approach the concerts as a kind of problem, raising questions about the role of sound, music, and listening in total war, and about the limits and costs of music’s mobilization.

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Notre Dame Chorale: Messiah

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Location: Leighton Concert Hall

A tradition the world over, including at Notre Dame, Alexander Blachly leads the Chorale, Festival Baroque Orchestra, and student soloists in Handel’s beloved Messiah.

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Saturday, December 3, 2022

Notre Dame Chorale: Messiah

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Location: Leighton Concert Hall

A tradition the world over, including at Notre Dame, Alexander Blachly leads the Chorale, Festival Baroque Orchestra, and student soloists in Handel’s beloved Messiah.

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Sunday, December 4, 2022

University Band

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Location: Leighton Concert Hall

The concert includes marches, contemporary concert band pieces, holiday music, and traditional Notre Dame favorites. The University Band is a concert band for students, staff, faculty, and alumni of Notre Dame, Saint Mary’s, and Holy Cross.

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Performance: Brooklyn Rider

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Location: LaBar Recital Hall

Founded in 2008, iconoclastic Brooklyn Rider surpasses previous milestones in excellence by approaching the string quartet with an omnivores appetite — a medium with deep historical roots, it inspires endless possibilities for invention. The quartet's versatility is one of the wonders of current music.

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Monday, December 5, 2022

Professional Headshots

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Location: Duncan Student Center, 550

We are offering FREE professional headshots every Monday and Friday.

These are available to grad and undergrad students on the 5th floor of Duncan Student Center.

Wear your business professional attire and get your picture taken to use on online profiles, such as LinkedIn, and professional websites.

PLEASE NOTE: IT WILL TAKE THREE TO FOUR WEEKS TO RECEIVE YOUR PICTURE…

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Study Break with Deloitte!

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Location: Mendoza College of Business

REGISTER HERE (copy and paste the below link into your browser): https://deloitteus.avature.net/su/b270090ad464af1c

Join Deloitte for a hot chocolate bar and holiday card writing as you head into final exams!

Stop by our table in the Mendoza Atrium between 2pm and 5pm for a break from your studies and to connect with client-service professionals in Audit & Assurance, Risk & Financial Advisory and Tax at Deloitte.…

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Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Pottery Sale

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Location: 122 Riley Hall of Art

Shop for one-of-a-kind pieces made by Bill Kremer, Coleton Lunt, Alexander Carmen, Hans Miles, Norah Amstutz and many more. 

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Book Launch and Panel Discussion: "The Phoenix Generation"

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Location: C103, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

De Visser believes youth can bring about transformative change, and many of these grassroots movements possess vital ingredients missing from orthodox efforts thus far. However, only some efforts succeed, and many fail to have a sustainable impact. This book looks at key elements that help well-intentioned efforts and initiatives morph into movements that can bring about historical change and transform their nations. 

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Lecture: "Why does the United States struggle to leave the Persian Gulf?"

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Location: 1030 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

Jeff D. Colgan is the Richard Holbrooke Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and Director of the Climate Solutions Lab at the Watson Institute for Public and International Affairs at Brown University. His research focuses on international order, especially as related to energy and the environment.

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Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Pottery Sale

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Location: 122 Riley Hall of Art

Shop for one-of-a-kind pieces made by Bill Kremer, Coleton Lunt, Alexander Carmen, Hans Miles, Norah Amstutz and many more. 

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GOLDEN GATEWAY SERIES - The Retail Playbook (Gap, Lululemon & Nike)

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Location: No Location

GOLDEN GATEWAY SERIES: A DOMER’S PLAYBOOK TO NETWORKING YOUR WAY TO THE WEST COAST & LANDING YOUR DREAM JOB WITH CALIFORNIA’S TOP EMPLOYERS

Meruelo Center for Career Development

This summer, the Northern California Program of the Meruelo Family Center for Career Development got face to face with representatives at Google, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, TikTok, Tesla, and many other tech giants and amazing brands on behalf of Notre Dame Students.…

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Thursday, December 8, 2022

Pottery Sale

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Location: 122 Riley Hall of Art

Shop for one-of-a-kind pieces made by Bill Kremer, Coleton Lunt, Alexander Carmen, Hans Miles, Norah Amstutz and many more. 

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Friday, January 20, 2023

Thursday, January 26, 2023

Friday, January 27, 2023

34th Annual Notre Dame Student Film Festival

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Location: Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Since 1990, the Notre Dame Student Film Festival has screened films made by Notre Dame undergraduates during the past year as class projects. These students study the art of filmmaking in advanced, intermediate, and introductory film production courses taught in the Department of Film, Television, and Theatre.  All films are shot on location and often feature the acting talents of Notre Dame students and faculty. Since 2013, audience members have been invited to vote for their favorite film via text message, and the Audience Choice Award is presented to the winning filmmaker(s) following the final screening.

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Saturday, January 28, 2023

34th Annual Notre Dame Student Film Festival

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Location: Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Since 1990, the Notre Dame Student Film Festival has screened films made by Notre Dame undergraduates during the past year as class projects. These students study the art of filmmaking in advanced, intermediate, and introductory film production courses taught in the Department of Film, Television, and Theatre.  All films are shot on location and often feature the acting talents of Notre Dame students and faculty. Since 2013, audience members have been invited to vote for their favorite film via text message, and the Audience Choice Award is presented to the winning filmmaker(s) following the final screening.

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Sunday, January 29, 2023

34th Annual Notre Dame Student Film Festival - final screening

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Location: Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Since 1990, the Notre Dame Student Film Festival has screened films made by Notre Dame undergraduates during the past year as class projects. These students study the art of filmmaking in advanced, intermediate, and introductory film production courses taught in the Department of Film, Television, and Theatre.  All films are shot on location and often feature the acting talents of Notre Dame students and faculty. Since 2013, audience members have been invited to vote for their favorite film via text message, and the Audience Choice Award is presented to the winning filmmaker(s) following the final screening.

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Friday, February 3, 2023

Jesse Crosson

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Location: 1030 Jenkins Nanovic Hall

Jesse Crosson’s research agenda is motivated by a long-standing interest in why public policy changes when it does, and why it often fails to do so—even when many elites and citizens appear unsatisfied with the status quo. His work examines the institutional underpinnings of policy change and gridlock, with a particular interest in how legislative parties and electoral competition, interest group activity, and legislative professionalism influence how, when, and why public policy changes.

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