College roundup: Notre Dame's Mike Pence controversy; Regan's Peggy Noonan at Catholic University of America; Georgetown gets Buzzfeed; Archbishop Gregory at University of Dallas; Michael Bloomberg at Villanova
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Three more Catholic colleges have joined a rolling series of nationwide protests against fast-food chain Wendy’s.
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Campus Notebook: Homelessness symposium at Seattle University; new president at Lewis U.; new free online database at Notre Dame; Duquesne U. students protest Chik-fil-A presence
Distinctly Catholic: The best reason not to invite Donald Trump to be graduation speaker is that such an invitation would help normalize his presidency and its threat to democracy.
After months of intense debate, the University of Notre Dame announced that Vice President Mike Pence will be the main graduation speaker this spring.
Organizers of the first National Symposium on the Life of the Religious Brother are casting a wide net, inviting not just brothers, but all people — women religious, lay people, priests and deacons — to join a discussion about the life and mission of religious brothers in the Catholic church today.
College round-up: In a top 10 list of Catholic colleges and universities for 2017, University of Notre Dame topped the list, scoring 25th in the nation overall.
"My concern a little bit is that, should the new president come, it may be even more of a circus," said Notre Dame's president, Fr. John Jenkins.
Take and Read: Catherine Mowry LaCugna, along with her book God for Us, led me to rediscover the most "practical" doctrine of the Christian faith.