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I hope that you will return to campus often and continue to support this institution and future generations of students at the flagship University of Maryland. Our gift to you on this special day is a one-year comp Umentary membership. In the event of rain, the reception will be held in the Grand Ballroom of the Stamp Student Union. Comiminiiation Hof FTheater, Stamp Student Union p.m.
A rival theory placed him in the colony of Megara Hyblaea, in Sicily.You have enriched your lives and have enlarged the esteem of this institution. President UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND MESSAGE FROM THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION m ongratulations on achieving this milestone in your educational pursuit. These differences should be admired and respected as should the mam- qualities we share. Remember what you learned along the way about who you are and what you are capable of achieving. Newton Undergraduate Studies Processional Symphonic Wind Ensemble Mr. Paul Traver, Conductor Invocation The Reverend Gerald Buckner The National Anthem Dr. Jerry Brubaker The Maryland Chorus and The Symphonic Wind Ensemble Mr. Love for the Black and Gold Deep in our hearts we hold, Singing thy praise forever, Throughout the land. We have tried to provide you with a university experience where you could develop your academic interests, your special talents, and broaden your intellectual and cultural perspectives. On ^ behalf of the University of Maryland Alumni Association, I add our very best ^^^^_*^^ wishes to those you have received from your faculty and other university friends. Know that your time spent at the Universitx' of Maryland will help you arrive at your next destination. Wakefield, Conductor Address James Carville and Mary Matafin University of Maryland Alumni Association Induction Mr. Fry President, University of Maryland Alumni Association Message to the Graduates Dr. Library & Infomurion Service* Engineering Business Student MBTchali Behavioral & Social Sciences Floor Seating Arrangement for Graduates in Cole Student Activities Building STAGE Undergraduate Studies Pub Hc Affair* Joumafinn Aru & Humanities life Scicncet Health & Human Performance ^i Faculty & Staff Agricnltore & Natural Resoarce* life Sciences Architecttire Education Computer, Mathematical & Plq^cal Sciences SPRING COMMENCEMENT SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Individual graduation exercises for colleges and schools will be held at various campus locations on Monday and two ceremonies v^oll take place on Sunday evening. You and ^ your families have just reason to be proud of your reaching this impor- ^^^^^^» tant milestone. As seniors, it is easier to Ust the ways in which we are different from each other than the ways in which we are bound together. As you leave "your" university, I would like you to know how much we, the faculty and staff, value your accomplishments as scholars, artists, athletes and young leaders. We are accustomed to describing students in groups — commuters, residents; members of ethnic, rehgious, or professional organizations; students in particular departments and colleges. President, University of Maryland Master of Ceremonies James N. Conductor Musical Selection "Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi" fi-om Carmina Burana Carl Orff, Composer The Maryland Chorus and The Symphonic Wind Ensemble Dr. Billingsley, Chair University System of Maryland Board of Regents Senior Class Gift Presentation Meg Smith George Perry Senior Council Remarks to the Graduates Benjanun Lynerd Graduating Senior Musical Selection A Mar)'land Salute arr.