When Marianne Matuzic Myles ’75 left her home near Buffalo to come to Oswego after high school, she was “a bit scared as all freshmen are” of moving so far from home and not knowing anyone.
Two Oswego professors will take their expertise abroad as Fulbright scholars this year.
Chimpanzees are a lot like humans, sharing 98 percent of the same DNA and many personality traits. That fact was in evidence in a special multimedia presentation on campus in February by wife-and-husband photography and video team Kristin Mosher ’89 and Bill Wallauer.
Cheryl Groce-Wright ’82 hopes her long run in Ghana goes a long way in helping the country get healthy.
“I’ve been on a mission,” Groce-Wright said.
“You need to do something great.”
The advice of his late father really resonated with Richard Clarke ’82 as he approached age 50 in April. A few months and 19,350 feet later, Clarke reached great heights atop one of the world’s tallest mountains.