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Seasoned Educator, Administrator Leads Athletic Department

Notre Dame College has named faculty member Dr. John P. Galovic its new director of athletics. Effective immediately, he will be in charge of the College’s 22 teams, 33 coaches and more than 700 student athletes.
 

Incoming Students Host Food Collection

Incoming Notre Dame College students will host a community food collection benefiting the Heights Emergency Food Center on Saturday, Aug. 27. From 9 a.m. to noon, the students will knock on doors in South Euclid and request donations of canned goods.

Great Books Seminar Explores “Men & Women Together (or Not)”

Notre Dame's fourth annual “Books That Changed the World” seminar series will explore the theme “Men and Women Together (or Not) and delve into timeless questions about human relationships, love, commitment, betrayal and loyalty.

Marching Band Presents Drum Corps Clinic

Notre Dame College is proud to present its 2011 Drum Corps – Marching Band Clinic to be conducted by the Jersey Surf DCI World Class Drum and Bugle Corps on Aug. 9. The free clinic is open to marching band members from high schools and colleges.

 

Kids Lose Training Wheels. Photo: Lose the Training Wheels

Lose The Training Wheels, Inc., a nationally recognized nonprofit organization, brings its innovative style of teaching children with disabilities how to ride a bicycle to Notre Dame College from Aug. 8 to 12. At NDC, 30 kids will learn how to ride a bike. 
 

Tenth Annual Golf Outing a Rousing Success

Notre Dame’s 10th Annual Falcon Golf Classic was a rousing success, raising a record amount of cash and in-kind donations for the College’s athletics department. More than 130 alumni, employees and friends of the Notre Dame community participated.
 

The McGuigan family at the Christ the King Chapel dedication.

Notre Dame College will award one of its highest honors, the 2011 Fidelia Award, to alumna Ethel McGuigan ’48. McGuigan will receive the award during a dinner in her honor in the College’s Great Room on Thursday, Sept. 22.
 

Professors Blogs About Holocaust Studies

Dr. Louise Prochaska is spending three weeks in Jerusalem, Israel, as a participant in the Summer Institute at Yad Vashem, the most comprehensive center of Holocaust commemoration in the world. She is blogging about her experiences.
 

Ryan Summers and Meghan Baron will enter nurse residency at Vanderbilt.

Two graduates of Notre Dame's nursing program were chosen over hundreds of other applicants to enter one of the most prestigious nurse residency programs in the country. Meghan Baron and Ryan Summers will attend Vanderbilt University.
 

The Storefront Art Initiative post was designed by student Kristie Hegedus.

NDC students are bringing back life to vacant storefronts in South Euclid by displaying their artwork as part of the Storefront Art Initiative, a collaboration between Notre Dame College and the city to publicize their art and attract tenants.