Transcript: Notre Dame Do i still want to go Tuition and Fees $43,000 Room and Board 11,850 Books and Supplies 950 Personal Expenses 1,000 Total Cost of Attendance: Yes i still want to go to Notre Dame because its supporting school even though it costs alot is a good school Notre Dame is a big school its made out of bricks.Notre Dame is a public school.I is located at 400 Notre Dame, Indiana 46556 its phone number (574)631-5000.For more information go to https:www.nd.edu you can also call the number 24 hours a day.one cool fact it has a church on camp. thank you for listening Ethic break down percent Why I Like it and Why Not Average Direct for 2012-2013 I like the school because its a supported school i don't like it because it costs alot of money students enrolled:2,230 male:62 percent female:38 percent white:74 percent black:3 percent hispanic:10 percent asian:6 percent indian:1 percent some photos Notre Dame by: Carlos Martinez
Transcript: To be included as a world heritage site, the site must be considered to be of vast importance to society. The site also must follow the UNESCO guidelines and also must follow one of the ten selections of the criteria put forward by the organisation. The Notre Dame Cathedral follows most of the guidelines including the first and most important one; to represent a masterpiece of human creative genius. The purpose of the UNESCO (The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) is to be a sort of “watchdog” of the planet. They also specialize in world heritage protection. The word treaty is defined as “A formally concluded and ratified agreement between countries.” A treaty is an express agreement under international law entered into by actors in international law, namely sovereign states and international organizations. A treaty may also be known as an (international) agreement, protocol, covenant, convention or exchange of letters, among other terms. Regardless of terminology, all of these forms of agreements are, under international law, equally considered treaties and the rules are the same. To be included as a world heritage site, the site must be considered to be of vast importance to society. T c treaties and the rules are the same. A top view from google Earth Notre Dame cathedral is a French Gothic style French Catholic church based right in the heart of Paris. The buildings construction started all the way back 1163 and was completed in 1345. This image does not demonstrate well a topographic map because the area of Paris is flat. So below is a better example. Natural Sites: View from the Montparsse Tower A front on view of the cathedral An up close diagonal view of the cathedral. Topograhic References Site Managment Site Management: The Notre Dame Cathedral is considered a world heritage because it for fills the one or more of the ten requirements set by the UNESCO. It fulfills the first requirement the strongest by representing the human genius. This is why it is considered a world heritage site. The occupation responsible of making sure that the Notre Dame Cathedral stays well looked after is also the UNESCO. Their job is to represent all the sites and make sure that they stay preserved for future generations to enjoy. This is why this organisation is so important. (http://whc.unesco.org/pg.cfm?cid=57 visited on the 5th April 2012) The Notre Dame Cathedral Coordinates: 48.8530°N 2.3498°E
Transcript: Notre Dame Cathedral History Bishop Maurice de Sully started the construction in 1163. was not completed untill 1345 Restored twice. Once in the 19th century, and another during 1991 to 2001. Spire was added in the 19th century Features 128m long the highest point is the spire tip at 90m. Represents Gothic Style Gargoyles West Facade has three wide portals. Gallery of Kings on the west facade Several large Rose windows Many Stained-glass windows Interesting facts French government owns it, but the catholic church has a right to use it 13 million visitors a year Emmanuel is the largest bell in Notre Dame. Weighs over 28,000 pounds.
Transcript: Connor Doyle Period 2 B-Day Notre Dame du lac Full name: Notre Dame du lac Address: Notre Dame, IN 46556 Phone #: (574) 631-5000 Website: https://www.nd.edu/ Location: South Bend, Indiana Contact Info: International Student: firstname.lastname@example.org Transfer Student: email@example.com Admissions Question: admissions.nd.edu Vital Information Vital Information Images: Methodology Detail 1 Detail 1 Detail 2 Detail 2 Key players Key players Timeline Timeline Click to edit text Click to edit text Click to edit text Click to edit text Click to edit text Click to edit text Results Key Results Label 1 Label 2 Label 3 Label 4 Analysis Analysis Subtopic 1 Subtopic 1 Subtopic 2 Subtopic 2 Subtopic 3 Subtopic 3 Conclusion Works Cited https://www.nd.edu/ https://budget.nd.edu/ What’s next What’s next Thank you Here Come the Irish!
Transcript: -Senior -Hometown: South Bend, IN -Co-captain/guard -Nickname: Sky -Number: 4 -Unanimous first team All-America selection -Her 2nd consecutive first-team citation -The 4th AP All-America selection of her career -First fighting Irish player to be tapped as a unanimous first-team All-American an -First four-time AP All America honoree in school history -Fourth NCAA Division 1 player, since 2001, to register 600 points, 200 assists, and 100 steals in a single season -Set school records with 102 steals -Has three younger brothers and one younger sister -Her twitter account @SkyDigg4 has more than 270,000 followers—the most of any college athlete male or female School Colors/ Mascot Regular Season Record 2012-2013: Overall Home Away Neutral All Games (35-1) (13-1) (13-0) (9-0) Conference (16-0) (8-0) (8-0) (0-0) Non-Conference (19-1) (5-1) (5-0) (9-0) Conference Tournament Finish: Final 4. National Rankings all Year: Ranked #1 NCAA NCAA Championships: Won the tournament in 2001 Mission Statement Natalie Achonwa -Junior -Forward -Honorable mention choice in the media balloting -Hometown: Guelph, ONT -Nickname: Ace -Number: 11 -First international player for Notre Dame in the program’s 36-year history Notre Dame This Seasons Stats Notre Dames Women's basketball is in its 37th season of Varsity competition, since playings its first game on Dec. 3, 1977. It started out as a division III program. They rose to division I status in 1980. Colors: Blue & Gold, although green is used as well Mascot: Leprechaun for the "Fighting Irish" Enrollment/ Majors Location/Conference University of Notre Dame NCAA Appearances: 14 tournament appearances Kayla McBride -Junior -Guard -Hometown: Erie, PA -Nickname: K-Mac -Number: 21 -Third-team selection -Very reliable three-point shot -Wears the same number as her current assistant coach—Beth Morgan who is also the all-time leading scorer Made it to the Sweet Sixteen in 6 out of the last 11 seasons 2nd in NCAA in Points Per Game with 81.6 Opponents scored an average of 58.6 points against them 43.8 rebounds per game 15.3 turnovers 10.7 steals per game 4.0 blocks per game 30 game winning streak averaged 8978 visitors in attendance at home games Undefeated (16-0) in their conference Skylar Diggins NCAA Women's Basketball Final 4 The University of Notre Dame began on November 26, 1842 when a french Priest and 7 companions (all members of the congregation of Holy Cross) took possession of 524 snow acres that the Bishop of Vincennes had given them in the Indiana mission fields. On January 15, 1844, the University was thus officially chartered. In 1879, there was a fire that destroyed the main building. " I came here as a young man and dreamed of building a great University in honor of Our Lady," Father Sorin said. "But I built it to small and she had to burn it to the ground to make the point. So tomorrow, as soon as the bricks cool, we will rebuild it bigger and better than ever." Team History 3 women on the Notre Dame Basketball team earned All-America honors from the Associated Press The University of Notre Dame is a Catholic academic Communinity of higher learning, animated from its origins by the congregation of Holly Cross. As a catholic University, one of its distinctive goals is to provide a forum where, through free inquiry and open discussion, the various lines of catholic thought may intersect with all the forms of knowledge found in the arts, sciences, professions, and every other area of human scholarship and creativity. Notre Dame Women's Basketball Statistics Notre Dame Enrollment: For 2013, there are 12,004 students. 8,452 undergrads, 3,552 graduates, and 1,547 doctorates. 51% male & 49% female 75% participated in Varsity Athletics Majors: known for their school of arts&letters, science and business. Political Science is the most popular major with 569 students enrolled. Location: 112 N Notre Dame Ave, South Bend, Indiana Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)
Transcript: The Choir Organ Theological Themes -born near Orleans, Paris in the beginning of the 12th century -bishop of Paris from 1160 until death in 1196 Eastern Side: -main hall -choir -was built before Western side Two parts The Great Organ Notre Dame "Our Lady of Paris" considered one of the most important French Gothic Architectures -The Rose Window -The Choir Organ -The Gallery of Kings -The Great Organ -Les Grands Mays -continued construction -worked on western entrance South Rose Window is dedicated to the New Testament portrays the 12 Apostles symbolizes Christ triumphant, reigning over Heaven, surrounds by all his witness on earth North Rose Window is dedicated to the Old Testament depicts the Virgin Mary and Child History www.worldsiteguides.come/europe/france/paris/notre-dame-de-paris/ www.notredamedeparis.fr/spip/php?article380 Eudes de Sully statues of 28 kings of Judah and Israel attacked during the French Revolution beheaded the statues Built in 13th century 6 foot organ with single keyboard with 4 to 6 pipes per note completely restored in 1992 used on Sunday mass Les Grands Mays Gothic Architecture 1163-1190 Gallery of Kings Notre Dame (Paris) Important Structures of Notre Dame Artist first stone was laid by Pope Alexander III most important French Gothic Architecture The Rose Window -was the creator of Notre Dame Gift from King Saint Louis Designed by Jean de Chelles and Pierre de Montreuil Built in 1260 Maurice de Sully -Construction began in 1163 and finished around 1345 Work Cited 1163 By: Abbie Clough, Kai Kjolhaug and Veronica Hernandez It is at the heart of the Cathedral's liturgy Used for daily services throughout the week main construction large paintings accompanied by poems in honor of the Virgin commissioned almost every year from 1630 to 1707 by the Parisian Goldsmith's guild on May 1st in honor of the Virgin Mary Western Side: -main entrance -two bell towers
Transcript: photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli They have a great lacrosse team! Notre Dame! Alot of people I know go there! They have a great football team! They have great spirit! They are number one in business! Also they have a great swim team! I really want to go there when I grow up! They have a beautiful campus! Why I Love ND! Everyone is friendly!
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