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Notre Dame Today - Fall 2010

From the President

Dear friends of Notre Dame College, It has been awhile since I last spoke to you on the pages of this magazine. Much has since happened -- from our nursing graduates outstanding performance on their licensing exams, to the wrestling team’s national championship, to the inaugural season of Falcon...

Campus Life: Nursing Grads, Awards & More

Nursing Grads Excel in National Exam The 2010 graduates of Notre Dame College’s nursing program achieved the highest pass rate possible on the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX – RN) with 100 percent passing the exam on the first attempt. The success of the 2010...

"Don’t Write the Line, If You Can’t Do Time"

A Notre Dame Professor Uses Literary Forensics to Catch Criminals The case was simple, solving it not so much: In October 2003, a woman moved from North Ridgeville to Avon Lake, Ohio, after she split up with her abusive boyfriend. Shortly after the break-up, the woman received threats, most of them...

The War Came to Me

Dr. Gregory Moore Tells an Incredible Story of Survival in His New Book

Students Celebrate Life Through Lenses

Four Photography Students Capture the Final Stage in the Lives of Hospice Patients Phyllis and Andy sit side-by-side in a sun-filled room. He wears a red plaid shirt, while she’s dressed in a lavender nightgown. Glasses hang from Phyllis’s neck on a string that’s the same deep purple as the flowers...

A Prototype for Interfaith Dialogue

The Eleanor Malburg Eastern Churches Seminar Celebrates its 25 th Anniversary In 1984, two women at Notre Dame College shared a vision to provide a forum for open dialogue between Catholics and the Orthodox. A year later, they launched a workshop to foster understanding among Eastern and Western...

Soldiers at Heart, Students at NDC

Meet Four Veterans Who Returned From Service to Find a Home on College Road: With the passage of the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill, tens of billions of dollars in tuition money have become available to U.S. veterans who served on or after Sept. 11, 2001. In addition to those federal benefits based on public...

From Sydney to South Euclid to … the NFL?

Notre Dame’s Punter Not Your Typical College Student-Athlete When Cayle Chapman-Brown arrived at the NDC football fall training camp in August, he looked, sounded and acted like anything but a standout collegiate football player. As a 25-year-old with an Australian accent, standing 6-foot-5 and...

Class Notes

60s Pamela Wright Waitinas ‘61 retired as the editor of the Kappa Gamma Pi News after 45 years of dedicated service. Dr. Mary Kay Hemenway ‘65 was honored at the annual meeting of the American Astronomical Society on Jan. 6, 2010 at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. She was...

In Memoriam

Felicia Cetkowski Messuri ’43 Felicia Cetkowski Messuri ’43, the woman who gave voice to Notre Dame College’s alma mater, passed away on Jan. 17, 2010. Felicia’s contributions to Notre Dame were numerous, but she is best remembered as the lyricist for the College’s hymn. “I am a collegian of a...

I Give Back Because…

I believe a liberal arts education is essential to creating a foundation for men and women who desire to become leaders in their communities. Through the diverse educational base provided by NDC, our students are taught to be independent learners, thinkers, and well rounded teachers in every aspect...

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