Dan Reagan '76 | Jan. 23, 2013 | Notre Dame Magazine
It is a wonderful opportunity to reminisce and reflect on one of the most important periods in the history of the University — a period that certainly set a new and important course for Notre Dame.
The women of 1972 were, without a doubt, pioneers, as they are deservedly called. The tone they established back then continues to pay dividends today and the women have been so exceptional all along the way. For 40 years — time and again, I have had the privilege of witnessing this through my work here — in speakers, in ambassadors, in volunteers, in athletes and in leaders.