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By Jen A. Miller

Shannon Walton ’04 owns her own sports psychology firm in Honeoye, New York, called the Ultimate Mental Edge. There she works with athletes from ages 10 to 20, helping them excel in the competitive sports world. Her clients include soccer players, softball players, cheerleaders, golfers, and squash players.

“We’re working on their mental...

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By Jen A. Miller

When Sergeant Harry Ruzika’s vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan, he was trapped under his vehicle in a river. He suffered many physical injuries as a result, including a below-the-knee amputation to his left leg, but his anxiety about being in the water held him back more.

This past summer, Holly Roselle, M.S. ’05,...

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What happens when four generations
converge in the modern workplace?

By Keith Davis

Generational clashes didn’t begin yesterday, but...

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Pilot program gets Park students
and alumni tackling real media problems.

By Sharon Tregaskis

Last spring, ABC World News anchor Diane Sawyer and David Muir ’95, who hosts the show on weekends,...

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We asked several alumni whom they admire. Here’s a sampling of what they said:

Lance Cunha ’68   (Boomer)

Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, Pope John Paul II, and my paternal...

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