Woodward said Chang’s story is only one of many interesting stories happening on campus. Last week’s commercial featured the work Notre Dame has done in Haiti in the aftermath of the earthquake. The commercial shows the devastation in Haiti, and then responds to the presentation of this problem by offering a solution. “Three years ago we came up with a concept — ‘what would we fight for?’” Todd Woodward, associate vice president for Marketing Communications, said. “The concept is built up around us being the ‘Fighting Irish,’ which is based on football. A new two-minute commercial now airs on NBC during every home game, asking viewers “What would you fight for?” Researchers at Notre Dame have created new technology to aid field medical workers with diagnoses. The commercial features the research being done at Notre Dame and the faculty who are spearheading the research campaign, including Dr. Chia Chang of the College of Engineering. “Notre Dame is full of amazing stories — incredible things our faculty and students are doing,” Woodward said. “To me it’s about why they are doing it … We want them to say this seems exactly what Notre Dame ought to be doing. It is so important that Notre Dame does this kind of work and it seems in line with their character.’” The commercial ends with Chang saying: “Fighting for innovative health care, we are the Fighting Irish.” The ad focuses on the academic work that is done at Notre Dame. The commercial also attempts to convey why the work is being done and why such work is important to a student or faculty member doing research at Notre Dame, Woodward said. “First rate medical care is a fundamental right for every person. Our hope is that our technology can make this a reality for everyone,” Chang said. “In the ads, we focus on what people don’t know about us,” Woodward said. “We want to bring awareness to the academic work that our students and faculty are engaged in, but look at it through a Notre Dame lens since we believe we are not like any other school, and our approach here is different.” “Football is critical to us, as is our Catholic identity, in communicating what makes Notre Dame unique.” Woodward said University President Fr. John Jenkins’ campaign to boost Notre Dame’s reputation as a prominent research university is showcased in the advertisement.
Arsenal want Matteo Guendouzi sale as Marseille open talks over loan Matteo Guendouzi returned to first-team training with Arsenal last month (Getty Images)Guendouzi has also been offered to Atletico Madrid in Arsenal’s bid to land Thomas Partey but again the Spanish side did not want the French midfielder included in the deal.Despite not featuring for Arsenal so far this season, Arteta indicated last month that Guendouzi would be in contention to win back his place.‘Matteo has been training like any other player in the squad,’ said the Arsenal manager.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal‘It is a new season and we had some really positive conversations between both parties, now he’s back with the group, he is training really well.’Arsenal, meanwhile, are continuing to work on a deal to sign Aouar from Lyon before the transfer window closes on October 5.The Gunners had a £32m offer for Aouar rejected last week as Lyon continue to hold out for a fee closer to £55m.Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Comment Matteo Guendouzi is wanted by Marseille on loan (AMA/Getty Images)Arsenal and Marseille are in talks over a deal for Matteo Guendouzi, according to reports in France.The 21-year-old returned to first-team training with Arsenal last month after he was exiled for taunting Brighton’s players over the money they earned during the Gunners’ 2-1 defeat at the Amex Stadium in June.After a meeting with Mikel Arteta and Arsenal’s hierarchy about his attitude, Guendouzi did not play for the Gunners for the remainder of last season and is yet to feature this term.According to Telefoot, Marseille have made an approach to Arsenal about signing Guendouzi on loan for the remainder of the campaign.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTArsenal, however, have told Marseille that they will only consider selling Guendouzi and are not willing to let him leave on loan.The Gunners have already attempted to offer Guendouzi to Lyon as part of their bid to sign Houssem Aouar but the French club refused. Metro Sport ReporterThursday 1 Oct 2020 10:41 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link5.4kShares Advertisement Advertisement