As of this week, students with morning classes in DeBartolo Hall no longer need to get their coffee fix in another building and then rush across campus. A brand new Au Bon Pain coffee cart opened in the middle of DeBartolo Hall on Monday. The coffee cart, located next to the 101 DeBartolo auditorium in DeBartolo Hall, delivers on a campaign promise Alex Coccia and Nancy Joyce made during their 2013 election bid. The stand, known as the “DeBart Coffee Cart,” is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., and offers both hot beverages and pastries to students and staff on their way to and from DeBartolo classes. Student Government partnered with Notre Dame Food Services to make the coffee cart a reality, student body president Alex Coccia said. Coccia said he appreciates the support from Food Services and other University departments. “Food Services has done a tremendous job putting together the coffee cart to ensure that it runs smoothly,” Coccia said. “We cannot thank them and John Affleck Graves’ entire office enough for their service to the students.” The manager of Au Bon Pain, Christina Ryan, said she was impressed with the success of the coffee cart so far. “[Tuesday] is only the second day that the cart has been open for business, and we have already doubled the number of students served. We served 171 yesterday, which was pretty amazing,” Ryan said. “As expected, we have been going through a lot of coffee, six gallons after only a couple of hours today.” Ryan also said students have voiced their appreciation and she hopes to add to the menu in the future to best serve students. “I’ve heard a lot of good feedback from students,” Ryan said. “We’re here for the students. Maybe next fall we’ll be able to offer more.” Coccia said the “DeBart Cart” is the result of a simple idea but has the potential to help a lot of people. “In our 2013 campaign, we promised to get hot caffeine in DeBartolo Hall,” Coccia said. “We proposed something simple but that would serve the needs of students who have multiple classes a day in DeBartolo and are stressed for time between them.” Student body vice president Nancy Joyce said any future changes or expansion of the coffee cart would be based on the student response. “This semester’s coffee cart is a pilot, which will be adjusted at the end of the semester to better suit the needs of students,” Joyce said.
Jerome G. Martini (Jerry) died, November 17, 2016 at St. Elizabeth, Edgewood, KY.He leaves his wife of 56 years, Ruth (Hoffmeier) Martini; his eight children, Susan (Paul) Roell, William (Cathy) Martini, Joseph Martini, Patrick (Teresa) Martini, Dave Martini, Julie (Michael) Crawley, John (Maria) Martini, Mary Martini; and his 14 grandchildren, Logan, Julia, Kristy, Madeline, Mike, Catherine, Alex, Nick, Olivia, Nicole, Maleah, John, Jenna, Jacob; his brothers Leo Martini, Ralph Martini, Dennis Martini and many close relatives and friends.He was preceded in death by his infant daughter Linda Lee, his parents Leo & Hilda Martini, granddaughter Rebecca Martini, daughter-in-law Denise Martini and brother Floyd Martini.He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and moved to Yorkville, IN as a teenager. He assisted his father delivering produce to homes and markets in the city. He went on to join the US Air Force in 1951, serving during the Korean War. He also attended the University of Cincinnati and was a loyal member of the Knights of the Columbus and the American Legion. After serving with the Air Force, Jerry with his wife Ruth and brother Floyd started “Jerry and Floyd’s Monarch Grill”; a landmark which greeted locals and travelers almost four decades from the late 1950’s to the early 1990’s. Jerry’s love for nature and the outdoors brought him back to his roots in the 1970’s when he grew his hobby of planting shrubbery into a blooming business; Martini Nursery & Landscaping in Guilford, Indiana. Jerry also loved to travel, but above all else he loved his family and time spent with them. So much so that he traveled with all 8 of his children across the country, touching 47 states, countless national parks, and thousands of miles of countryside. .A funeral service will be held at All Saints Parish (St. Martin’s Church) in Yorkville, IN; November 23rd, 2016. Visitation will be from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Funeral will be held at 1:30 PM.Memorials can be made to All Saints Church for Saint Martin’s Campus Cemetery Fund or the Sunman Life Squad.– See more at: www.andres–wuestefeldfh.com
But from that point GB lost the initiative and after Jackson’s penalty corner flick rebounded off the post, Kyle Good diverted in a cross from Mitch Darling. Ireland’s physicality threw their opponents off their stride and Jackson deservedly equalised in the 36th minute after continuing his run to the byline to volley home a loose ball. GB goalkeeper George Pinner was by far the busiest in the final two quarters, producing one brilliant save to tip a penalty corner onto the post before blocking the rebound and also palming over Conor Harte’s shot in the last minute. “It’s frustrating because in both games we’ve been ahead and they’ve come back and got draws,” said Middleton in his post-match interview. “We have a lot of games left to achieve what we want to do here. “We started well and when we went 2-0 up we just had to do a few more things a bit better. We weren’t quite as good as we can be.” GB face the tournament’s lowest-ranked side China on Thursday, while Ireland take on Malaysia in their second fixture. “Overall we’re happy with the result,” said Ireland coach Craig Fulton. “We were a bit nervous in the first quarter but settled in the second quarter and got on the scoreboard. “The second half was pleasing, we created some good phases of play which was more like us.” As in their opener against the host nation, GB let an advantage slip to leave them with two points from as many games in Antwerp, where the tournament is doubling as an Olympic qualifier. Captain Barry Middleton opened the scoring after just five minutes when his cross was deflected in by Ireland’s John Jackson before a cross-shot from Mark Gleghorn, facing brother Paul in the Irish team, was expertly deflected in by Chris Griffiths. Great Britain squandered an early two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with Ireland at the World League Semi-final in Belgium. Press Association