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Big Boost for Catholic Univ. Business School Dedicated to Integrating Catholic Teaching
Big Boost for Catholic Univ. Business School Dedicated to Integrating Catholic Teaching
1/23/2015 || "This new $3 million grant puts our school far along the path of creating a cadre of faculty dedicated to research exploring how we can make business and economics more humane," Andrew Abela, dean of the School of Business and Economics, said.

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Thomas More College of Lib. Arts Announces ‘Faith and Reason’ Full Tuition Scholarships
 
Thomas More College of Lib. Arts Announces ‘Faith and Reason’ Full Tuition Scholarships
1/23/2015 || The College began the scholarship competition as a response to an apparent "fissure" between those promoting a solely secular society and those who value its Judeo-Christian roots, TMC President Dr.William Fahey said in the College news release.

Faculty Concerns Mount for Notre Dame’s Catholic Curriculum
 
Faculty Concerns Mount for Notre Dame’s Catholic Curriculum
1/23/2015 || Several faculty members expressed their concern to the National Catholic Register that theology courses at Notre Dame would not be given priority during the review.

Campus ‘Party Scene’ Encourages Sexual Assault, Studies Suggest
 
Campus ‘Party Scene’ Encourages Sexual Assault, Studies Suggest
1/23/2015 || The typical college "campus culture"—which often features underage drinking, illicit drug use, and widespread promiscuity—bears a significant connection to rising rates of sexual assault, Amber Marshall recently argued in Cabrini College's student newspaper.

Thousands of Students from Faithful Catholic Colleges to Attend 2015 March for Life
 
Thousands of Students from Faithful Catholic Colleges to Attend 2015 March for Life
1/22/2015 || Students and community members from the faithful Catholic colleges and universities recommended in The Newman Guide—about 3,000 of them, according to estimates—are traveling to Washington, D.C., this week to participate in the 42nd annual March for Life.

Archbishop Lucas: We Want Our Catholic Schools to Be Vibrant
 
Archbishop Lucas: We Want Our Catholic Schools to Be Vibrant
1/22/2015 || The various challenges facing Catholic schools and their mission in serving the New Evangelization were recently discussed at length during an online conference hosted by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and Archbishop George Lucas of Omaha, Neb.

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