Word Count; American politics has been changed dramatically over the years since the start of the revolution.
Home Alumni Dear friends, far and wide, I'm writing to you on election eve. Bobby and I will be at one of the political headquarters to spend the day driving folks to the polls, getting out the vote. I suspect that each of you will be involved in your own way, and by the time you receive this letter, votes will be counted, results will be announced, ads will be off the air thankfully and our federal, state, and city governments will be back in business hopefully.
Here in Minnesota we have experienced a heart-wrenching ordeal. When Senator Paul Wellstone, Sheila, his wife, and Marcia, his daughter, plus three staff people and two pilots were killed in a plane crash; our political world came to an abrupt halt!
We lost a man whose voice was heard across our land, a man and his family whose dedication, commitment, spirit, and passion were unrivaled. Whether or not you agreed with him, everyone admired him. I fear that it will take us a long while to recover. This has been a year of many losses.
Bobby and I experienced numerous significant losses this past year, both friends and family. Some have struggled with the loss of health and energy.
Others have seen economic stability ebb. It takes courage sometimes to go on. Oprah Winfreys' words are full of hope. Take each day as you find it. If things go wrong, don't mind it. For each day leaves behind it, A chance to start anew.
Last spring seems an eternity ago! Those of you who were at Gustavus on May 31 and June 1 will likely remember it well. Those of you who couldn't come were sorely missed and in turn missed an outstanding 50th reunion. Let's do a little reminiscing, a walk down memory lane for those who came, and an overview for those unable to join us.
Classmates began to arrive late morning on Friday, and, of course, none had changed at all! We recognized each other immediately. Two seminars were held mid-afternoon, and at 4: The memorial service led by Paul Lindau and Roger Magnusson included a candle lighting ceremony, which memorialized each of our classmates who have died.It was hard.
Some have struggled with the loss of health and energy. Others have seen economic stability ebb. The entire nation still feels deeply the effects of 9 / It takes courage sometimes to go on. Oprah Winfreys' words are full of hope. Ireland and America has lost a leading pioneering figure, Tom Moran.
A long time friend of our organization and a philanthropist and peace maker that will leave a tremendous void in our community. Bill Duke: My Year Career on Screen and behind the Camera While many film fans may not be familiar with Bill Duke’s name, they most certainly recognize his face.
Dating back to the s, Duke has appeared in a number of popular films, including Car Wash, American Gigolo, Commando, Predator, and X-Men: The Last Stand.
After I dropped my kids off at school I headed to the bakery to buy some muffins for a school meeting. At the red light, I checked my phone and saw a text message from . Poll: Education, Income Segregates Blacks. Oprah Winfreys of the world.
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They're looking at, you. Oprah Winfrey, global media leader and philanthropist, spoke to the Class of at Stanford's th Commencement on June 15, Winfrey drew on experiences from a career that began in when she co-anchored a television newscast, and she shared three .