We have some stories of the season today for Christmas. First, in Yale’s efforts to encourage bone marrow donors to sign up in the hopes of a match with hockey player Mandi Schwartz, there have been at least four genetic matches for patients in need, including sophomore field hockey player Lexy Adams. Click here for a story from AOL Fanhouse columnist Dave Whitley.
Next up. We have no idea where Malden Catholic footballer Rudy Favard will wind up, but he would certainly be an asset to any Ivy League campus. Yvonne Abraham of the Boston Globe detailed his commitment to a stranger, an eight-year-old with cerebral palsy. Click here for that story.
And finally, as we told you, NBC Nightly News highlighted former Harvard track Tim McLoone’s efforts to bring joy throughout the holiday season. Click here for the broadcast portion of Natalie Morales’ Making A Difference and click here for an extended web-only segment.
And Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all.