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July 2013 • Vol 9 • No 7 

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Alumnus Knows How to Make the Most Impact
Alan Spindler ’75 supports Oswego because he knows how much students rely on the support of alumni, family and friends. As an exclusive agent of matching gift company Allstate, Spindler knows how to maximize the impact he makes on students.

Large, Diverse Incoming Class on Horizon
The Office of Admissions this fall anticipates enrolling one of the largest freshman classes in recent memory—about 1,485 students, 200 more than last year. It also likely is the most diverse and geographically expansive freshman class.

Alumna Begins Peace Corps Service in the Philippines
Tammy Hadlow ’90 has been accepted into the Peace Corps and will depart for the Philippines July 5 to begin training as an environment volunteer. Hadlow will live and work in a community to work on a variety of activities, including teaching environmental awareness and working with coastal resource management extension. 

Housing Available for Harborfest
The Oswego Alumni Association, Inc. is pleased to be able to offer accommodations again this year for alumni, family and friends who would like to attend Harborfest, July 25, 26 and 27.

 
This month's question:

What was the last thing you did on OsweGoConnect, the Oswego Alumni Association's exclusive online community?

Last month’s question:
What is your favorite Oswego icon?

Your answers:
The Lake (49%); Sheldon Statue (24%); Sheldon Hall (10%); Quad Clock (0%); Shady Shore (0%); Smokestacks (17%)

Athletics

Hall of Fame Inductees Announced
The Oswego Alumni Association and the Oswego Athletic Department will induct four members of the Laker sports legacy into the Oswego State Athletic Hall of Fame Saturday, November 2. Baseball, women's lacrosse, women's soccer, women's swimming and wrestling will be represented. This year's inductees include: