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Our man in Asia

Author: Arts and Letters

Jonathan Noble is newly appointed to the Office of the Provost. But his duty roster is more reminiscent of the traditions of diplomacy. He is, in short, “Our Man in Asia.”

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FTT season brings five performances to campus stages

Author: Arts and Letters

The University of Notre Dame’s Department of Film, Television and Theatre (FTT) 2007-08 theater season features five plays, beginning with William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth,” performed by international touring troupe Actors From The London Stage, from Sept. 12 to 14…

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Gondoli Looks at How Moms Stay in the Know

Author: Arts and Letters

To paraphrase a proverb, it may take a village to raise a child, but there’s no guarantee that everyone in that village will see eye-to-eye on parenting, especially when it comes to adolescents. Just ask Dawn Gondoli, associate professor of psychology…

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Two students named ISI honors fellows

Author: Arts and Letters

University of Notre Dame senior Brian Boyd, a philosophy major from Georgetown, Texas, and junior Rachel Miller, a political science and theology major from St. Louis, recently were awarded prestigious Honors Fellowships from the Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI).

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How do you say "lucky guy" in French?

Author: Arts and Letters

Michael “Mic” Detlefsen has finally stopped pinching himself. But he’s not yet beyond the point of using words like “delightful” and “humbling” to describe the tremendous good fortune that has come his way.

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Higgins Center film series to begin Sept. 10

Author: Arts and Letters

The seventh annual Higgins Center Labor History Film Series at the University of Notre Dame will begin Sept. 10 (Monday) with the presentation of “Morristown” at 4:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the Hesburgh Center for International Studies.

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Life's Labor Found

Author: Arts and Letters

When Jay Paul Skelton went looking for the right person to direct this year’s mainstage Summer Shakespeare production of “Love’s Labor’s Lost,” he didn’t have to go far. Or anywhere at all, actually.

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