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Applications open for 2024 Rome Summer Program


Author: Staff


This seminar is designed to introduce Ph.D. students from across the humanities to the unique primary sources available in Rome. Working hands-on with materials in the city’s archives and libraries, students will be exposed to the rich potential of a wide range of sources produced from the Middle Ages to the present. Seminar meetings will be held at the Vatican Apostolic Library

Upcoming Semi-Annual Classics Department Soccer Game


Author: Department of Classics

Spring 23 Soccer Group Shot
Members of both teams pose for a group photo after the Spring match.

Twice a year, graduate students and faculty members face-off against the undergrad population in an an epic battle of Titans vs Olympians. Dozens of students cycle in for a chance to score a goal against faculty members as other students, faculty, and staff cheer from the sidelines.…

Coming February 11 - Foreign Language Week is Back!


Author: Luke Van de Walle

The LaFortune Ballroom came alive last year during Foreign Language Week 2022 with the smell of food, the beating of drums, the sound of music, and the grace of the dancers from different cultures. The Notre Dame community watched in awe as the performers transported them to different parts of the world, each dance telling a story of its own culture and tradition. From the graceful and elegant classical Chinese dance to the energetic and lively Irish jig performance, the dance floor became a mosaic of cultures. The dancers were not just performers but also ambassadors, showcasing the beauty of their cultures to the audience. Foreign Language Week became a true celebration of diversity and a feast for the senses.…

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