The looming question: How do you unload a heavy cycle from a U-Haul truck unequipped with a ramp?
Flipping through Oprah’s magazine one day, an article titled “What Men Really Want” snagged my attention, especially one man’s “hidden fantasy.”
Once Sister Jean shared a dream about teaching class in the Notre Dame Stadium. She didn’t provide any specifics, but all who knew and loved her can imagine their own version of Sister Jean’s last lecture to a packed house.
In the beginning, they wore hand-me-down uniforms from men’s teams, jockeyed for court time to practice, called major University athletic departments from their dorm rooms to arrange matches and racking up impressive records for competitiveness—as well as tenacity, creativity and endurance.
Nearly 125 female former Notre Dame student-athletes, coaches and trainers gathered in late April, 2007, for the 35th Anniversary of Women’s Athletics reunion weekend, sponsored by the Athletic Department and the Monogram Club. They were joined by 175 current student-athletes, coaches, student managers and trainers.…