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Exhibit: University Commencement

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The current exhibit in the front entrance and 1st floor hallway celebrates the University's commencement throughout the years. The exhibit features photographs, news clippings, yearbooks, and other memorabilia.

Stop by to enjoy this historical view of the University. Look in the cases at the front entrance to see a program from the Closing Exercises in 1902, a photograph of the first graduating class in 1903 and colorful views of the recent ceremonies.

The exhibit was curated by Sheryl Curry, Head of IT & Web Services. It will remain on display through the end of May.

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