Distinguished Chair

Kevin Brennan '07 | June 16, 2016

It doesn’t feel the same. I walk past my dorm or the buildings in which I took my most memorable classes, and I have no reason to go inside. If I eat lunch at the dining hall, my friends are nowhere to be found, replaced by unfamiliar faces that seem too young to be in our places.

This campus belongs to its students, and as a former Notre Dame student and current staff member, I sometimes feel like I’m walking through my childhood home, observing new residents enjoy what was once my personal space.

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 by Daily Domer Staff

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