Notre Dame marketing professor Robert Drevs called Yeandel "one of the most generous men I’ve ever known.” He was also, perhaps inadvertently, a matchmaker of ND and Saint Mary’s students.
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Letters to the editor
Coming up to the end of my college career, I find myself reflecting on all my formal education has taught me.
I have good reason not to be here. I should be at work, or at least on my way back to work.
I cannot help it — I love “Jake,” the distilled-to-his-essence stick-figure with a wide, winning grin, never-off shades and a disarming, simple message: “Life is good.”
Remember the train that said “I think I can, I think I can”? Do you remember the moral of The Little Engine That Could? Readers typically latch on to the theme about perseverance — if you keep trying, you will succeed.
“We humans cannot see ourselves completely except as part of humanity, humanity as part of life, and life as part of the universe."
I was about two months pregnant with our twin girls when my husband and I had our first discussion about where they would go to college. Since we are both graduates of Notre Dame, I answered: “They are going to be Domers, of course.”
I have two basic dreams of parenthood. One is that I get to go back to bed.