OSWEGO – I don’t know why I do these things. I go to the grand opening of the Port of Oswego’s Grain Lab, schmooze, take a few photos, eat some cake, and have a generally good time. I’ve heard the lab is staffed by SUNY Oswego interns. I even see a fair number of them around the room, not that I could possibly talk to them here. They’re much too busy with their friends, and it’s far too noisy in here. Besides, there’s cake and old friends here. That may not be much of a story, but does everything really have to be a story?

The interns. They’re the key. There’s the story. Not the cake, but the interns. They’re the stars of it. What are their hopes, their dreams, their plans? I knew there had to be an answer to these deep questions, and so, I couldn’t just leave with only a story about cake. And so I called Bill Scriber, executive director of the Port.

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