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Notre Dame College students and faculty will present the play “The Laramie Project” at 7 p.m. March 19, 21 and 23 in the Performing Arts Center on the ground floor of the College’s Administration Building.

The theatre production, written by Moises Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theatre Project, features more than 200 interviews and direct testimonials from the citizens of Laramie, Wyo., in the wake of the beating death of Matthew Shepard, a homosexual student.

Notre Dame College’s Clara Fritzsche Library will host “The Storyteller,” a showing of paintings, portraits, masks and jewelry by Cleveland artist Anna Arnold from February 14 through March 22. The exhibit opens with a reception from 6-8 p.m. February 14 in the library.

The exhibit and opening reception are free to the public.

Notre Dame College and The Musical Theater Project will present “The Making of Carousel,” a nostalgic and fun-filled, multimedia concert that provides a behind-the-scenes look at Richard Rodgers’ beloved Broadway musical on Sunday, January 20, at 3 p.m. in Regina Auditorium. Featured in the chorus will be the NDC Choir under the direction of Sr. Mary Karita Ivancic.

Alumni of the College are offered a special rate of $12 per ticket. To take advantage of this special offer, tickets can be purchased online at  http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/293726. You will need enter the code NDCALUM before the price shows up.

Or you can get tickets by calling the box office at 216-245-8687.

Of all his musicals, composer Richard Rodgers considered Carousel his favorite. He’s not alone: the 1945 Rodgers and Hammerstein masterwork is one of the most beloved shows ever produced on Broadway. “The Making of Carousel” will tell the story of its creation and feature in-concert performance of the musical’s songs.

Notre Dame College (NDC) announced today that it has received the largest donation in its 90-year history. Normandy Catering has made a commitment of $2.075 million over 10 years, with $1.75 million in cash earmarked for the College’s annual fund, student financial aid, and support of the College’s general building and construction initiatives. There is an additional $325,000 in-kind component to the gift. The College has received three gifts of half a million dollars or more in the past eight months.

At Notre Dame College, we want our students, alumni and friends to connect with us via both old and new media. And now it's easier than ever to get in touch with us!

Notre Dame College has named Janet G. Ashe its new vice president for finance and administration. She will assume her responsibilities on Jan. 3, 2013.

Notre Dame College and the Renee Jones Empowerment Center will host the 2013 Northeast Ohio National Human Trafficking Day Conference that addresses human trafficking, the worldwide crime against humanity and growing form of 21st Century human slavery, in its many forms and manifestations. The symposium will provide a wealth of important information to the general public, with particular interest to healthcare professionals, educators, law enforcement, church and faith community leaders, community members, students, parents, social service providers and victim advocates.

The college transfer process can be a long and difficult one. But at Notre Dame, we’re making your transition to a four-year college easy. Our admissions counselors will make you feel right at home during our next transfer visit day on Tuesday, Dec. 18.

Did you miss our performances of the Tony Award-winning musical comedy, "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee?" If you were so unfortunate, this slideshow at least gives you a sense of how hilarious one of Broadway's most buzzed about hits was. 

Notre Dame College’s Clara Fritzsche Library will host “humanity?” - an exhibition of works by local artist Boni Suzanne Gelfand - from Nov. 8 to Dec. 15. The artist will give talks 2-3 p.m. on the afternoons of Wednesday, Nov. 28, and Tuesday, Dec. 4, in the library. The free exhibit depicts humanity’s mistreatment of its fellow man and Planet Earth. It will open with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 8.