TheWeek@ND Student Edition (July 5)


For the Week of July 5

Arts and Performances

Slow Look
Ease back into the week with a Slow Look at Kiki Smith’s “Spark.” Use tools of mindfulness meditation as a way to approach and understand this work of art.
Thursday, July 8; 12:30 to 1 p.m. via Zoom

DeBartolo Performing Arts Center’s 2021-22 Season Announced
The DeBartolo Performing Arts Center has announced its 2021-22 Presenting Series artists. Many previously canceled artists have been rescheduled, including Matthew Morrison, Yo-Yo Ma and The Boston Pops on Tour, among others. Season ticket sales begin Monday, July 26, and single tickets will be available for purchase beginning Monday, Aug. 23. Students, faculty and staff receive discounted tickets with a Notre Dame account.

Health and Recreation

FRC Toddler Crafting Corner
ND’s parenting, married and/or pregnant students: The FRC’s crafting corner program is open to children ages 2 through 5 years old. This event will take place outside on the Beichner Hall lawn so please dress yourself and your child(ren) accordingly. This event is limited to 12 families and is weather dependent. Come see what art project the FRC has planned!
Tuesday, July 6; 10 to 11 a.m. outside the Family Resource Center at Beichner Hall

FRC Let’s Explore ND Series
Notre Dame students who are parenting, married and/or pregnant, their spouses and children are invited to participate in the FRC’s Let’s Explore series. This week, travel to the ND playground (south of the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center). Participants will also be able to tour the Charles P. Hayes Family Sculpture Park. Registration required.
Friday, July 9; 10 to 11 a.m. at the Notre Dame Playground

Lectures and Presentations

“Ireland’s Generation X?”: A Conversation Between Barry McCrea and Claire Kilroy
The final conversation in the series is between Barry McCrea, the Keough Family Chair of Irish Studies, and the writer Claire Kilroy, who won the Rooney Prize for Literature in 2004 with her debut novel “All Summer” (2003). Her other novels include “Tenderwire” (2006), “All Names Have Been Changed” (2009) and “The Devil I Know” (2012).
Wednesday, July 7; 2 to 3 p.m. via webinar

Also This Week ...

Consumer Confidence Report Availability
The University owns and operates its own public water supply that serves campus and C.S.C. buildings. The Utilities Department manages the operation of the system and, as part of its regulatory obligations, produces an annual consumer confidence report to provide water quality information to its consumers. The University’s 2020 report can be found on the Utilities Department website.