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A fire is burning in ND's Thornton

Author: Arts and Letters

Accustomed to appearing on the sports page, 2006 graduate Tom Thornton, a pitcher on the Notre Dame baseball team, was recently the subject of a Boston Globe story that focused not only on his achievements on the field but also in the classroom.

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English professor authors new novel

Author: Arts and Letters

A new novel by the University of Notre Dame’s Steve Tomasula explores the ways art, desire and representation in the world shape us by shaping the way we portray others in paint, design, video, code and words.

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New ADHD intervention yields promising results

Author: Arts and Letters

Navigating the social and emotional landscape of adolescence can be challenging for even the most adept young teen. But for children who suffer from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, even ordinary daily routines like getting up and getting ready for school can be a struggle.

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Class acts: Senior stories of distinction

Author: Arts and Letters

The University of Notre Dame’s 2006 graduating class can be defined collectively, through a variety of numerical and statistical observations, as well as individually, through the stories of seniors with compelling tales to tell.

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A major happening

Author: Arts and Letters

Rhea Boyd “taught us why we need an Africana Studies major,” says Richard Pierce, associate professor of history and director of the almost year-old Africana studies department…

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Colleges announce teaching award winners

Author: Arts and Letters

In the College of Arts and Letters, Christian Moevs, associate professor of Romance languages and literatures and a fellow in the University’s Medieval Institute, has been named recipient of the 2006 Sheedy Award for excellence in teaching.

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