Sheridan Alumnus wins Boston Marathon in record-breaking time
Josh Cassidy, a 2009 graduate of Sheridan's Bachelor of Applied Arts (Illustration) program
For Immediate Release: April 16, 2012
Josh Cassidy, a 2009 graduate of Sheridan's Bachelor of Applied Arts (Illustration) program, won the wheelchair division of the Boston Marathon today in record-breaking time! Click the link below to read more:
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