WYPR
https://www.wypr.org/show/on-the-record/2023-01-27/life-on-hold-provides-freedom-of-expression

In the exhibit “Life on Hold” at NDMU’s Gormley Gallery, artwork by women at the Correctional Institution for Women in Jessup reveals some of the emotions and realities they face from living a life in prison. WYPR speaks with curator Casey McKeel to learn more.

Issues of Damozel

2021-22 Issue of NDMU’s Annual Creative Literary Magazine Wins Second National Honor

Casey McKeel

Artwork Created During Workshops Facilitated by NDMU Students, Faculty, and Staff

Fourier Hall

Grant Program to Provide Additional Aid for Students with High Financial Need

Mary Packard and Lyndsay Rehak

Dr. Mary Packard, Lyndsay Rehak ’19, M’22 Recognized by the Maryland Higher Education Commission

A headshot of Tracy Smith

2022-23 Eichner Women Writers Series Lecture Honors Long-time Notre Dame Faculty

NDMU sign on Charles Street

NDMU to Collaborate with Local Schools Through Educator Preparation Pipeline to Increase College Completion Program

The Daily Record
https://thedailyrecord.com/2023/01/09/collaborations-between-colleges-senior-living-communities-growing-in-baltimore/

Another university-based retirement project is being planned at Notre Dame of Maryland University, with Brightview Senior Living Development scheduled to begin construction in 2024 for a 170-unit community on 3.7 acres of property on Homeland Avenue at the former Knights of Columbus location.

Tahreem Haq and April Boss pose with the 2021-22 issue of Damozel

English Department’s Annual Creative Literary Magazine Recognized for Excellence