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Walking onto USC’s beautiful campus, I felt immediately at home and could envision myself living and studying there. USC attracted me with its’ amazing engineering school, research opportunities and huge school spirit. My main takeaway from Notre Dame is the importance of a close, supportive community and at USC I felt that same warmth and welcome. Notre Dame has set me up to thrive in college and I am so excited for the next four years!
The Laetare (pronounced Lay-TAH-ray) Medal is so named because its recipient is announced each year in celebration of Laetare Sunday, the fourth Sunday in Lent on the Church calendar. “Laetare,” the Latin word for “rejoice,” is the first word in the entrance antiphon of the Mass that Sunday, which ritually anticipates the celebration of Easter. The medal bears the Latin inscription, “Magna est veritas et praevalebit” (“Truth is mighty, and it shall prevail”).
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