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Law Symposium Examines the International Impact of Sports

Law Symposium Examines the International Impact of Sports

A symposium on Friday at Notre Dame Law School explored the growing international impact of sports with presentations by speakers, students, and former Fighting Irish football star Raghib “Rocket” Ismail, ’94 B.A.  Sponsored in part by the Nanovic Institute for European Studies.

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Student Spotlight: Aileen Markovitz

Student Spotlight: Aileen Markovitz

Nothing can prepare a young opera student to learn the art of singing Italian opera like a month-long intensive program training with top European opera coaches in northern Italy. Thanks in part to the generosity of the Nanovic Institute's Undergraduate European Internship and Service Grant…

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Student Spotlight: Robert Myak

Student Spotlight: Robert Myak

In preparation for his senior thesis, Robert Myak recently traveled to Spain to investigate how the contention between modernity and the Catholic Church influenced the principal laic and ecclesiastical characters in Leopoldo Alas’s celebrated novel.

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Student Spotlight: Dearbhla Fay

Student Spotlight: Dearbhla Fay

Sir Roger Casement's time in Germany is often overlooked in Irish historiography of the 1916 Easter Rising. Dearbhla Fay ('17), a double major in History and German, received a Summer Travel and Research Grant…

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Student Spotlight: Brittany Ebeling

Student Spotlight: Brittany Ebeling

Brittany Ebeling ('18), a double-major in International Economics and Peace Studies, received The R. Stephen and Ruth Barrett Family Grant to complete a summer internship with the International Organization for Migration (IOM). Her experience was transformative. Brittany recently wrote to us about her internship: …

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Visiting in Spring 2017

Visiting in Spring 2017

Literary historians Francesco Cotticelli (Università della Campania) and Károly Pintér (Pázmány Péter Catholic University).

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Student Spotlight: Alexandra Fedynsky

Student Spotlight: Alexandra Fedynsky

After seeing her friends’ and family’s reaction to recent violence in France and Ukraine, senior Alexandra Fedynsky decided to center her senior art thesis on art specifically created in response to different forms of violence. During Winter Break, she traveled to Paris and Nice to have a first-hand encounter with...

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