Graduation events across the state

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May is a month of graduations for most colleges and universities. Many speakers, dignitaries and events mark the celebrations at Vermont graduations this spring:

  • Castleton State College held its 217th graduation on Saturday, May 15. The class of 2004 had 310 graduates.
  • Champlain College in Burlington held its commencement on May 8. The ceremony included the College’s first-ever master’s degree graduates.
  • Johnson State College in Johnson held graduation on May 15 and featured environmentalist Bill McKibben speaking on the topic “The Local Versus the Big Wide World.”
  • Marlboro College in Marlboro held its commencement on May 16. The day included an informal breakfast presided over by Marlboro’s new first woman president.
  • Middlebury College graduated its senior class on May 23; the graduation speakers were Christopher Reeve and his wife, Middlebury alumna Dana Morosini Reeve.
  • Saint Michael’s College in Colchester held its ceremony May 13. The College held a new mid-week ceremony, in part to avoid Mother’s Day weekend. The school’s 97th commencement featured 470 graduates.
  • University of Vermont graduates attended their commencement ceremony May 23. Playwright David Mamet addressed UVM’s 200th graduating class.
  • Vermont Technical College in Randolph held its ceremony May 15. Lieutenant Governor Brian Dubie was the speaker.

    We’ll have more on other upcoming graduation events in the week ahead.

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