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his constant dedication to society. Kirsten Quinn '12Park's legacy is one that I try to somehow honor each day in my life.
the message of how powerful the media can be. Emily Miles '13Park was a man who didn make excuses for himself. He was persistent and he acted on what he thought was important. As scholars, we tend to adopt the same attitude that he had. We know with persistence, hard work and a little bit of self confidence, we can do anything that asked of us. Karla Berberich '11Park is an inspiration to all of us Adidas Superstar Leather
I aspire to be like him, hoping that my aspirations in journalism will also serve the public. By reporting for NewsWatch 16 and serving my local Ithaca and Tompkins County community, I hope to embody Park ideals and change the world for the better. " Qina Liu '13Park lived his life by the simple quote: for Adidas Superstar Kids Rainbow opportunity more than security and stability. Consider the breadth of an opportunity and do your best. I believe that as a Park Scholar, I have been given the opportunity of a lifetime. With this opportunity comes the responsibility to give back. I feel is it my duty and privilege to try to emulate Adidas Superstar Gray Suede
to the next generation. Only then have I done his legacy justice. " Cas.
As a first grade teacher, the power of education is the reason I go to school everyday. If I can somehow instill a love for learning in my first graders, then I've done my job. At the same time, I am trying to show them there is a world beyond their little lives. I want them to believe they are innovators and creators, even at the ripe young age of six. I feel the best way I can honor Park ideals is to pass them along Adidas Superstar Blue Shoes
in the communications school, most certainly to all Park Scholars. The days when I conduct an interview for The Ithacan and then head down to South Hill Elementary to volunteer, I can sense a part of his ambition in me. It makes me proud to be a part of something modeled after his work and aspirations. Becky Webster '11"Although I never knew Roy Park personally, I owe him and the Park Foundation so much.