It’s 10:30 on a Tuesday night, and a couple hundred students are waiting patiently to meet with Dr. Paul Farmer. In the global health world, the Harvard Medical School professor and co-founder of Partners in Health is as close to a rock star as it gets.
Some of Africa’s most gifted young people have come to the University from an academy that educates the continent’s most promising students — bringing hope to the future and their talents to Notre Dame.
By walking together and applying proven methods, we have reason to hope for the world’s future development.
“There is an open house tonight at the Pet Refuge in Mishawaka,” my 12-year-old daughter, Alexandra, tells me enthusiastically. “They invite people to Adopt-a-Dog night . . . and we are invited!”