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Comments from Engage Online
Art in the World
As a practicing professional artist, I strongly believe that art is our most effective practice in developing spirituality and in developing our insight. I think the 14th incarnation of the Dalai Lama communicates our need for this spiritual development when he states, “We find that the more we succeed in transforming our hearts and minds through cultivating spiritual qualities, the better able we will be to cope with adversity and the greater the likelihood that our actions will be ethically wholesome.”
—Eric Anderson ’12, Englewood, Colo.
Tribute to a Chancellorship
To Chancellor Wells: As you head into retirement, you should be very proud of your many accomplishments during your years at Oshkosh. I have learned much by participating in your Milwaukee-area alumni business group. Best wishes for good health, much happiness and fun in your retirement. I hope to see you in Oshkosh in the future.
—Mike Sterr ’63, Brookfield