For the Week of November 23
- Since all departments are closed Wednesday, Nov. 25, as part of the extended holiday, please submit your items by an earlier deadline of 3 p.m. Monday, Nov. 23, so that all can enjoy the extra day off. Happy Thanksgiving!
- The student version of TheWeek@ND will continue through Sunday, Dec. 13, and start again Sunday, Jan. 10. It may be shorter in length, but be sure to always click the gold link at the top of each weekly email digest for the full online version listing more items.
Take a slow look at Danny Lyon’s “Hoe Line, Ferguson Prison, Huntsville, Texas” from “Conversations with the Dead” on view in “Touchstones of the Twentieth Century: A History of Photography at the University of Notre Dame.” We’ll place you in the exhibition via a live-stream and then use tools of mindfulness meditation as a way to approach the work.
Monday, Nov. 23; 12:30 to 1 p.m. via Zoom
Auditions for “An Old Family Recipe,” a New Musical
FTT seeks 16 actor/singers for a film production of this new musical by Veronica Mansour ’21, based on a story by Gabriel Krut and Veronica Mansour. Performers of all races, ethnicities and gender identities, as well as students with disabilities, are encouraged to audition. Open to all ND/SMC/HCC students, faculty and staff. Visit ftt.nd.edu for synopsis, character breakdown and music demos, or to upload an audition video. Video submissions due by 11 p.m. EST Saturday, Nov. 28.
Hesburgh Library Building Hours and Access through Feb. 2
Currently through Tuesday, Feb. 2, Hesburgh Library will be open daily, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., and the building will be accessible during open hours using your ND ID card. Hesburgh Library will be closed on the following days: Nov. 25, 26, 27; Dec. 24, 25, 26, 31 and Jan. 1.
Get up-to-date information on Hesburgh Libraries access and services at service-continuity.library.nd.edu.
The Snite Museum of Art Thanksgiving Holiday Hours
The Snite Museum of Art will be open to the Notre Dame, Saint Mary’s and Holy Cross communities Tuesday, Nov. 24, and Saturday, Nov. 28. The museum will be closed Wednesday through Friday, November 25-27, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Time-Out for Tech: Holiday Text in InDesign
Adobe InDesign can help you perk up holiday material with some simple text tricks. This short session will show you how to make text that looks like candy canes and text that is wrapped in Christmas lights.
Wednesday, Dec. 2; 10 to 10:30 a.m. via Zoom
OIT Lunch & Learn: Socializing Using Zoom
Spending time with families and friends is important during the holidays, but it’s vital to adhere to safe social guidelines as well. This session will feature ways to socialize using Zoom. From playing games online with family around the country to doing crafts together to just plain mingling, there will be ideas for everyone to make this holiday a bit brighter. Those interested in attending must register at endeavor.nd.edu or contact email@example.com. A Zoom link will be sent once registration is complete.
Thursday, Dec. 10; noon to 1 p.m.
Americana: Call for Papers
American studies and JED students: Submit your paper or project to Americana, the new online and print academic journal from the Department of American Studies. See attached for submission guidelines. We look forward to seeing your work!
Warren Golf Shop End-of-Season Merchandise Sale
Take advantage of the end-of-season sale at the Warren Golf Course Pro Shop. Up to 40 percent off men’s and women’s Notre Dame apparel and other golf accessories from such brands as Under Armour, Cutter & Buck, Peter Millar and johnnie-O.
Through Friday, Dec. 18
Information Session: Farm of the Child
Farm of the Child offers volunteers a unique opportunity to live in a therapeutic, faith-based community that serves children who’ve been abandoned, orphaned and exposed to trauma. Missionaries are asked to come each year to live in community and to serve in a variety of roles. Register online.
Monday, Nov. 23; 8 to 9 p.m. virtually
Application Open: Winter Virtual Service Corps
Modeled on the SSLP, the Winter Virtual Service Corps is a one-credit service learning opportunity for students to serve remotely with organizations across the country during Winter Session. Class meets weekly in small peer groups with short weekly readings and writing assignments related to Catholic Social Tradition.
Application is available online Monday, Nov. 23 through Friday, Dec. 4
Digital Advent and Christmas Crèche Calendar
Reflect on the Incarnation with the McGrath Institute for Church Life this Advent and Christmas season! Sign up for daily reflection emails that contain an image of a crèche from different parts of the world, a reflection and a prayer. The emails will begin the first Sunday of Advent, Nov. 29, and end Jan. 10.
Sacred Places of Notre Dame
Each of us has a place at Notre Dame that is sacred to us. The Alumni Association invites you to join us again for “Sacred Places of Notre Dame, a Daily Advent Journey.” From Notre Dame Avenue, to the Log Chapel, to the Clarke Memorial Fountain and more, subscribe to follow along with these daily videos as we prepare ourselves for the coming of the Lord.
Sunday, Nov. 29 through Friday, Dec. 25
Book Launch for Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s “Between Two Millstones, Book 2”
Please join us for the virtual book launch for the long-awaited first English translation of Nobel Prize winner Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s “Between Two Millstones, Book 2: Exile in America, 1978–1994” with Ignat Solzhenitsyn, Daniel Mahoney and O. Carter Snead, cohosted by Notre Dame Press and the Center for Ethics and Culture Solzhenitsyn Series.
Consider This! “COVID-19 Testing”
In the eighth installment of “Consider This! Simplifying the COVID-19 Conversation,” Liz Rulli, associate vice president for research, and Paul Hergenrother of Illinois Urbana Champaign will join the co-hosts for this discussion.
Monday, Nov. 23; 6 to 7 p.m. via webinar
Awareness to Action: World Antimicrobial Awareness Week
The Eck Institute for Global Health (EIGH) is excited to release the second installment of Awareness to Action. World Antimicrobial Awareness Week aims to increase awareness of antimicrobial resistance and prevent the spread of drug-resistant infections. Check out our Antimicrobial Awareness Week video featuring EIGH researchers from the Department of Biological Sciences.
Through Tuesday, Nov. 24
Review Your Okta Account to Ensure Continued Access to IT Services
Don’t risk losing access to important ND services like your Gmail account. The OIT recommends that you have more than one device/method enrolled in Okta in case your primary device is lost, damaged or unavailable. If you receive a new cell phone or tablet, you’ll need to enroll the new device in Okta. This requires you to use your second verification method to complete the enrollment.