The University of Notre Dame has awarded an honorary monogram to one of its best-known alumni.
Monday, it was announced that former Secretary of State and member of Notre Dame’s Class of 1975 Condoleezza Rice was given the honor earlier this month. It was presented by Athletics Director Jack Swarbrick, shortly after Rice spoke at the unveiling of the postage stamp honoring Father Theodore Hesburgh.
The Notre Dame Monogram Club only bestows honorary monograms upon those who have demonstrated a commitment to the betterment of Notre Dame athletics and the development of Fighting Irish student-athletes and graduates. Rice also received an honorary Doctor Of Laws degree in 1995 from the University.
Here’s a video of the presentation to Dr. Rice…