Michele Gay, whose 7-year-old daughter, Josephine, lost her life in the Sandy Hook school shootings in December 2012, advocated for improved school safety and security in the nation’s schools during a Sept. 17 presentation in the auditorium of the Marano Campus Center. Her appearance was part of the SUNY Oswego public justice department’s fall Cutler Speaker Series, an initiative of the Cutler Public Justice Excellence Fund, endowed by David Cutler ’74.
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