Came across this beautiful temporary memorial in front of the library on the Belmont campus today, honoring those who lost their lives 18 years ago today. Many were civilians. Others were police and firefighters. Remembering the latter reminds me of words spoken at a SFFD funeral I attended many years ago. The Department Chaplain pointed out that the bravest moment of officers’ careers aren’t necessarily the ones that cost them their lives, but the moment that they make that commitment to dedicate their careers to helping others, knowing it might demand such an unspeakably high cost and making that commitment anyway. We honor today all of those who have lost their lives, those who grieve loved ones, and all of those who dedicate their lives to protecting and improving our communities.
Dr. Patrick Arbore began working at NDNU more than 30 years ago. This week, we had a chance at the NDNU employee recognition luncheon to…
Always awesome, we got this New Year’s reflection from a student this week: “I cannot believe that this is my 3rd year at NDNU, and…
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