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When the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 to be a global pandemic in March of 2020, Deborah Acio ’07 didn’t know what it would mean for her – or billions of other people around the globe. It seemed to flip the world on its axis. Acio lived in Atlanta, Ga., at the time, working in sales execution for Cricket Wireless. She soon found herself doing the best she could to keep herself and the people around her safe – working from home, socializing via Zoom and closely following the news about the public health emergency. It didn’t take long for her to realize that things would not be going back to “normal,” whatever that now meant, anytime soon. Acio knew she’d have to find a way to fill her non-work hours with something creative, imaginative and life-affirming during an enormously challenging period.
Osabohien (Osa) Oduwa ’23 loves to talk politics. (Just ask his family and friends, he jokes.) Oduwa doesn’t bring the subject up all the time, and when he does, he takes care to be respectful of individuals whose opinions differ from his own. However, he is incredibly curious about the world around him and how decisions made at all levels of government impact people’s daily lives, hopefully for the better. Oduwa’s interest in politics was instilled in him by his parents, Felix and Marvis, and further nurtured during his time at Le Moyne. It wasn’t until this summer, though, that he found himself truly immersed in the field that is sometimes referred to as “the arena.”
In a world where it’s easy to be cynical, Nicholas Higgs ’12 is an avowed optimist. His work has made him one. Higgs is the managing director of the Bahamas Development Bank (BDB). At just 31 years old, he plays a vital role in spurring the nation’s economy by leading finance and investment in key sectors targeted for industrial development. For decades, BDB has provided budding entrepreneurs in agriculture, fisheries, tourism, transportation, manufacturing and technology with the funds necessary to grow their businesses. With Higgs at the helm, BDB is moving faster than ever to finance innovative, new companies.
The most worthwhile part of studying abroad was discovering more about myself. I came into this journey naive about was out there. I came out of it more experienced with a greater appreciation for different places and ways of life. After adapting to a new country for six months, I became more secure about myself and who I am. I learned about the emotional aspects of myself, and about the realities of life, with its many obstacles and blessings. With this new understanding, I can now imagine living in other parts of the world in peace. There will never be another experience like this one.
I love practicing and seeing what we practice come to fruition during the game
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Few people have had a more significant impact on Le Moyne than Carl Thomas ’65. He has served as a role model, mentor, and advocate, and excelled in each of these roles. For more than 40 years, he served as the director of Le Moyne’s Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program. HEOP, as it is known, provides broad and varied educational experiences to capable students who, due to academic underpreparation and limited financial resources, might not have an opportunity to attend college. But for Carl, its mission was deeply personal – to help each participant realize his or her fullest potential. He did that – thousands of times over.
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