Family and friends, you have 51 acceptable weekends for your wedding. If you pick the first one in May, I will raise a mint julep in your honor . . . at Churchill Downs — home of The Greatest Two Minutes in Sports.
It is 1:17 a.m. I should have stopped reading hours ago. I am not supposed to be awake, smiling like I just completed a mad dash, cross-country road trip without a second to spare.
It’s fitting that Sheldon, the eponymous character in Dave Kellett’s comic strip, made his fortune in software. After all, his creator has maximized technological advances to become a leading online cartoonist.
The collegiate culinary experience trails possibly only airline food (when airlines served food) in public disparaging. Notre Dame’s two dining halls are no exception. But one ND tradition did cut the mustard: Circus Lunch.
Michelle McNamara ’92 tracks down serial killers from home, investigating cold-case homicides and writing in her True Crime Diary.
The author, his reputation hanging by a thread, is saved from a potential Red Carpet embarrassment.