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GradImages photographed each student at three spots during Commencement Exercises: as graduates were preparing to walk onto stage, as they received their their diplomas, and after leaving the stage. Photos are available for purchase at gradimages.com. Once on the site, graduates may enter their name and school to discover what photos are available. A GradImages representative said it may be three to four business days before St. Bonaventure photos are available.
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ESPN executive Chris LaPlaca told 500 St. Bonaventure University graduates that the watershed moment in his career was a difficult decision he had to make in the same arena he gave his keynote address Sunday morning.
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Two St. Bonaventure University students whose accomplishments span academics, athletics and leadership activities were recognized as the Ideal Bonaventure Students for the Class of 2017.
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St. Bonaventure University faculty members honored two of their colleagues with awards of excellence at Sunday’s annual Commencement Exercises.
Dr. Charles J. Walker, retiring professor of psychology who began his teaching career at St. Bonaventure in 1973, was presented with a Professional Excellence in Teaching award, while Dr. Xiao-Ning Zhang, associate professor of biology and a faculty member since 2009, received a Professional Excellence in Community Service award.
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Graduating seniors who were cadets in the Seneca Battalion of the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) at St. Bonaventure University were commissioned as second lieutenants on Saturday.
The commissioning ceremony, held at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts on campus, was followed by the Silver Dollar Salute, a traditional event in which each newly commissioned officer hands a silver dollar to the first soldier who salutes him. Cadets choose someone instrumental in their upbringing, education or training for this honor.
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