Back the Bend will return from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday (April 2) after a two-year hiatus because of the pandemic, with volunteers lined up to participate in a variety of projects aimed at maintaining and improving the local...
University of Notre Dame students will spread mulch around homes in South Bend’s Monroe Park neighborhood as part of “Mulch Madness,” an annual service event aimed at shielding local children from the risks of lead-tainted soil.
ND-LIT, with support from the Eck Institute for Global Health, developed a free DIY screening kit that parents can use to collect paint, soil and dust samples from around the home.
When Yamil Colón arrived at the University of Notre Dame from Puerto Rico, he had yet to spend much time outside of the island. A chemical and biomolecular engineering major, Colón grew up in Bayamón, a city of about 200,000 in the northern...
Designed as a complement to state and county dashboards, the Indiana COVID-19 Registry will measure economic and health impacts, anticipate health care needs, understand behavior in response to policy changes and identify popular and effective sources of information.
The donated equipment, representing excess and available items from labs that are now in temporary hibernation because of the coronavirus, includes thousands of gloves, face masks, face shields, isolation gowns, hoods/paper head covers and bodysuits.
On April 14, students from Notre Dame and other local colleges and universities will help spread mulch, rehabilitate homes, paint fire hydrants and lay bricks, among other tasks, as part of Back the Bend, an annual service event.