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Band Indoor Programs Defy Expectations

The Notre Dame Band ended its 2012 indoor season in grand style. Both the indoor colorguard and the indoor percussion ensemble defied expectations and finished the season with extraordinary performances at the MEPA and WGI championships.

Beth Mooney

Notre Dame College will award its highest honor, the 2012 Notre Dame College Medal, to Beth E. Mooney, the chairman, chief executive officer and president of KeyCorp, at Executive Caterers at Landerhaven on Friday, June 8.

Natalie Strouse

Notre Dame College would like to congratulate Associate Professor of Business Administration Natalie Strouse, who was named “Best College Advisor” by the Northeast Ohio Council on Higher Education during NOCHE’s 2012 Expys Awards.

Mind-Body-Spirit

Six Notre Dame College seniors are exploring the mind-body-spirit connection through a series of art works that are as diverse as their subjects. Their exhibit “Mind*Body*Spirit” is currently on display in the Performing Arts Center.

Notre Dame Kicks Off 90th Anniversary Celebrations

As Notre Dame College embarks on its 90th year of service to Greater Cleveland, it is planning a year-long anniversary celebration from March 2012 to March 2013. The College is taking this time to reflect on the past as it looks to the future.

Mercury Summer Stock Presents “Jesus Christ Superstar” at NDC

Notre Dame College will host Mercury Summer Stock for a one-night-only performance of “Jesus Christ Superstar” in the Performing Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 31. The musical features performances by NDC students and faculty.

Nursing Program Receives $500,000 Donation

Notre Dame College has received a $500,000 donation to support the ongoing development of the College’s nursing program. It is the largest non-bequest gift from an individual donor in the South Euclid College’s 90-year history.

The Athletics Philosophy at Notre Dame College

Notre Dame College subscribes to the NCAA Division II philosophy of “Life in the Balance,” which emphasizes “a comprehensive program of learning and development in a personal setting.” This video captures the student-athlete experience at NDC.

Craig Knox  Photo: craigknoxtuba.com

Members of the Notre Dame College Marching Band had the pleasure to listen to and learn from a world-renowned musician. Craig Knox, principal tuba player in the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, conducted a master class in the Regina Auditorium.