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Forever FriendsPaired in a random room assignment three decades ago, two graduates find a common bond as entrepreneurs and lifelong friends.
reunionFOREVER CONNECTED: First honing their business skills as students, Karen Price Pavlicin-Fragnito ’87 (left) and Jodi Parker Seidner ’87, ’91S (MBA) (right, with husband, Jacob Seidner ’87) sold T-shirts printed with the phrase “Forever YoURs.” First introduced in Susan B. Anthony Hall in 1983, the two were roommates through all four years of college and have remained friends, encouraging each other in their entrepreneurial endeavors. (Photo: Andy Clayton-King/AP Images for Rochester Review (Pavlicin-Fragnito); Jessica Hill/AP Images for Rochester Review (Seidner)) More . . .

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