The following letter to the editor appeared in the “Viewpoint” section of our student paper yesterday, the second to last issue this year:
I have worked in Building Services for two years, so most of this is about the people there, plus food service, lawn care and laundry.
South Bend has one of the highest numbers of children living in poverty as compared to other towns around the U.S., and our children are also some of the worst-educated, as reported by the South Bend Tribune. The chances of them going to college are very small. In that Notre Dame is the largest employer in South Bend, they must help stop the poverty. It’s good that they help all over the world, but take care of home first. Continue reading