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Tulane Pride


Replies to: Tulane Pride

  • maritemarite Registered User Posts: 21,586 Senior Member

    Curmudgeon is absolutely right. And if your son ends up taking a year off to help rebuild Tulane and NO, this may turn out to be the most valuable learning experience he is likely to get in or out of college.
  • concerneddadconcerneddad Registered User Posts: 1,734 Senior Member
    Agreed Marite & Curmudgeon, a life experience that is hard to fathom and impossible teach in a classroom.
  • driverdriver - Posts: 4,148 Senior Member
    A Tulane law professor has just this morning started a blog for use by students and family. Nothing really there yet, but it might prove to be of use to some of you in the future.

  • ariesathenaariesathena Registered User Posts: 5,088 Senior Member
    Oh, ConcernedDad - you must be so proud of your son!

    My best wishes to him, and all of his friends, who are down there and doing tremendously good work. :) Reading your stories about him is one of those things that renews one's faith in human nature.

    I say this only half-jokingly - but what do they need and can we send things to them? Medical supplies? Twinkies (which might be one and the same for teenage boys!)?
  • my-3-sonsmy-3-sons Registered User Posts: 2,943 Senior Member

    Continued best wishes to your S. He sounds like quite a young man.
  • concerneddadconcerneddad Registered User Posts: 1,734 Senior Member
    Thank you Aries & My.
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