In Memory Of Cynthia Joan Smith

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Cynthia Joan Smith

Student - Syracuse University College of Human Development

Cynthia (Cindy) Joan Smith enrolled in the Syracuse University College of Human Development because she wanted to be a fashion designer. She then participated in the DIPA program in London, England, because she wanted to learn more about European fashions. She also enjoyed personal market research—she...

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