Carolina December graduates urged to be tenacious and take chances

Carolina December graduates were urged to be tenacious, earn trust and take chances as they leave college and start the next chapter of their lives. “The more confident among you are saying, ‘I know I am talented but how do I get the chance to use my talent?’ Not to worry. Take chances, be tenacious and your talents will triumph,” Myron S. Cohen, M.D., told graduates at Sunday’s Commencement. (

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