Daniel McAuliffe ’73
Daniel McAuliffe ’73 reports that he has turned 65 but rather than retire full-time will undertake a new career in teaching. He notes that as a political science major he intended to become a lawyer and save the world. However he had a minor in business which led to him being awarded a George F. Baker scholarship. He went to Michigan State University to pursue a Master of Business Administration and the rest is history. He often thinks back to the teaching of D. Ivan Dykstra ’35, his philosophy teacher freshman year. Some of his principles he can apply to his teaching students today.