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Xavier institute finds temporary home at Notre Dame

Author: Arts and Letters

“I have always depended on the kindness of strangers,” one of New Orleans’ best-known fictional residents, Blanche DuBois, said famously in the Tennessee Williams play “A Streetcar Named Desire.” Not so for one of New Orleans’ best-known real residents, Xavier University of Louisiana.

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A Labor of Love

Author: Arts and Letters

As director of the Notre Dame psychology department’s Laboratory for Psycho-oncology Research, Thomas Merluzzi devotes his professional energy to helping people with cancer.

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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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