“Every expert puzzler knows that if you set the frame or boundaries as in life, it is easier to fit the pieces into the center. When setting your boundaries, seek out qualities and guidance in others who will help you set the foundation that will support and enhance your professional and personal growth. Always keep in mind the big picture, because when filling in the center sometimes we have to use trial and error.
“Be people of faith, believe that you can make a difference and that your big picture can be completed. Be a lifelong learner, find ways to give back, helping others to complete their puzzles, by volunteering, mentoring, training and giving. Most importantly, remember where you came from, remember that Oswego is part of the foundation of your puzzle, stay connected.”
Phyllis Moore Holloway ’76 CAS ’01, educator, community leader and entrepreneur, during her Honors Convocation remarks in April.
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