You beat cancer by how you live,
why you live and in the manner in which you live.
Every now and then you hear a story that reaches deep down and touches
something in your soul.
It reminds you of what is truly important.
It reminds you that life is fleeting and very fragile.
It reminds you about resilience.
It reminds you that what is happening in our country, in our culture…
those things that we are doing and saying to and about one another are things that
truly don’t matter.
This is a story about a college, Perdue University to be exact, and about one of its students…
or maybe it’s a story about all of its students…
Perdue is a University in West Lafayette, Indiana.
The student body and the athletes are known as the Boilermakers.
In 1889, Purdue played Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Indiana,
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