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Clare Kirchman ’88

Published August 16, 2017
Categories: Classes of 1964-1999

One of the greatest things a person can share is hope. There has been no other greater offering of hope than when I heard Dr. Wiesel speak after reading his book Night in Western Heritage. To live through such a horrendous experience as he did and to come away with hope for humanity was so impressive for me as an 18-year-old. Instead of choosing a selfish course of life after losing so much, he chose to give all he could to impress upon college students that we must never forget and we must always hope.

—Clare Kirchman ’88

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