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    No Ordinary Evening

    03.22.2014 · Posted in Notre Dame Alumni

    On Saturday, April 5th, the Declan Drumm Sullivan memorial fund will host its third annual fundraiser, No Ordinary Evening, in the Grand Ballroom of Chicago’s Navy Pier. Notre Dame head football coach Brian Kelly will be joining attendees for great food, live music, a silent and live auction, and an opportunity to remember the life ...

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    Giving for Declan

    12.31.2012 · Posted in -Football News, NDNation, Notre Dame Alumni

    As the Fighting Irish prepare to compete for the National Championship for the first time since 1988, an anonymous Notre Dame alum has issued a $5,000 matching gift opportunity in support the Declan Drumm Sullivan Memorial Fund. As you probably remember, Declan is the student that was tragically killed just over two years ago ...

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    Want to Punch Andy in the Nose Part Deux?

    Tragically, once again, I cannot promise that. But again, my nose and I will be out in public in support of the Fighting Irish and other charitable causes, and I welcome my fellow Chicagoans (and anyone else in town for this weekend’s tilt) to join me.

    As the Shamrock Series matchup with the Miami Hurricanes ...

    Goodbye George

    01.26.2009 · Posted in -Football News

    NDN regulars may remember the name George Porter-Young. Last April, an article in the Observer talked about his battle with bone cancer and the fact that he hadn’t been home to England in 42 years.

    A number of posters on the site participated in a funding drive to allow George one final visit with his ...

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