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An anonymous donor gave a gift of $375,000 to cut the cost of the National Championship tickets in half for Notre Dame Students (the 2500 that are going)... I love this University.
Students should enter a lottery, and if they win the cost of the ticket will be $150.
If there parents can afford to send them to a school like Notre Dame than they can afford 350.00 tickets.
As a former student, I know that all students cannot afford it. My mom would not have been able to send me to ND without the scholarship I received. Two of my roommates worked their way through school.
Some posters are really ignorant.
You are, of course, correct. I believe it is the case that if a student can get into Notre Dame the University will find a way for he or she to attend regardless of financial circumstances.
First of all the "donation" was to lower the cost of TICKETS TO A GAME not the cost of attending the greatest University of all.Your lucky enough to go to Notre Dame in the first place if you can't afford a game ticket then stay at home with the rest of us.Some alumni are real whiners.
You sure are sounding jealous. Or are you just looking for something to complain about?
Having students attend the game is a good thing, the players have been reacting very well to their presence. All you have to do is look at the MSU, OU or $C games.
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