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Jean VanierJean Vanier and L’Arche to Receive 2014 Notre Dame Award
L’Arche and its visionary founder Jean Vanier will receive this year’s Notre Dame Award for International Human Development and Solidarity in recognition of the organization’s groundbreaking work in service of the poor and vulnerable around the world.

Victoria HuiHong Kong Movement Unlike Any Other, Says Hui
Faculty Fellow Victoria Hui speaks to the power of the democracy movement in Hong Kong as student protests widen.

R. Scott ApplebyKellogg to Join New Keough School of Global Affairs
The Kellogg Institute will become part of the first new college or school at Notre Dame in nearly a century, with Faculty Fellow R. Scott Appleby serving as the Marilyn Keough Dean of the school.

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Guillermo TrejoFaculty Fellow Guillermo Trejo with a wider analysis of the disappearance of 43 students in Mexico
¿Por qué el crimen organizado atenta contra la sociedad civil en México? (El País)
Leader of gang suspected of killing missing Mexican students commits suicide (Fusion)

Scott ApplebyHistorian to Lead Notre Dame's First New School in Almost a Century
Faculty Fellow Scott Appleby profiled in the Chronicle of Higher Education.

Victoria HuiHong Kong Students Make Personal, Professional Sacrifices to Protest
Faculty Fellow Victoria Hui says it is students' time to lead the struggle for democracy in Hong Kong. (NPR)

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