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Oxfam America president to speak Feb. 23

Author: Arts and Letters

Raymond C. Offenheiser, president of the international relief and development agency Oxfam America, will give the luncheon keynote address Saturday (Feb. 23) at a symposium at the University of Notre Dame titled “Solidarity in the Pursuit of Authentic Human Development.”

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Faculty distinctions

Author: Arts and Letters

Four Arts and Letters faculty members recently have been honored for their scholarship and contributions to their respective areas of study.

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Film series examines Caribbean diasporas

Author: Arts and Letters

The Institute for Latino Studies (ILS) at the University of Notre Dame continues its “Caribbean Diasporas” spring film series at 7 p.m. Feb. 14 (Thursday) in 126 DeBartolo Hall with “La Rue Cases Nègres: Sugar Cane Alley.”

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New program links faculty and freshmen

Author: Arts and Letters

The University of Notre Dame, known for the importance it places on students’ first-year experiences, is embracing a program that creates a social bond between freshmen and some of the University’s top faculty.

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ND Expert: Fed's rate cut risky for future

Author: Arts and Letters

With the biggest one-day reduction of interest rates in history announced Tuesday, the Federal Reserve’s attempts to resuscitate the U.S. economy could be a mistake, according to University of Notre Dame economist Nelson Mark.

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