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    • FallCommencement December 21, 2002
    • Ua Ao Hawai‘i Words by Larry Kimura Chant melody by Kalena SilvaKau e ka wena o ke ao i ka lani The announcement of dawn appears as a glowing streak upon the heavens,He wekeweke i ka pö pilipuka It is a narrow opening in the darkness heralding the day,He ‘elele o ka poniponi hikina It is a messenger of purple glimmer from the east.Kau ke kähe‘a wana‘ao i ka ‘äla‘apapa Streaks of red stain long cloud formations,La‘i ana i luna o ke kükulu o ka lani lä Reposing serenely upon the pillars holding up the heavens;‘O ka‘u ia e huli alo nei i ka ulu ë I turn to gaze upon this, focusing on growth and the rising of a new day,‘Ae, ua ao ë. Yes, day has arrived.Hö mai lä kö mälamalama Bestow upon us your radiant lightI ka honua nei i ka mauli ola Here upon the earth, filled with the spirit of life.Ua ao Hawai‘i ke ‘ölino nei Hawai‘i is in the brightness of day, it shines, brilliantMai ka pi‘ina a ka welona a ka lä From its boundaries from the east to the west.Kähiko ‘ia i ka ‘ike manomano It wears as its finery a myriad of knowledge,Ka ‘ike köli‘u mai o kikilo mai Of deep insight from the depths of antiquity.‘O ka‘u nö ia ‘o ka pülama My sole duty is to embrace and to cherish,A pa‘a ma ka ipu o ka ‘ike ë. So it may be firm in the repositories of enlightenment.‘Ae, ua ao ë. Yes, day has arrived.He mele no Hawai‘i ua ao. This is a poem for Hawai‘i which has seen the light of day.
    • UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I AT HILO 2002 Fall Commencement Program NEW GYM-ATHLETIC COMPLEX • SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2002 • 9:00 A.M. GreetingsHaunani Bernardino ...................................................................................... Commencement ChairGinger Takeshita ............................................................... President, UH Hilo Student Association ProcessionalPomp & Circumstance ................................................................................ Hilo High Viking Band Edgar Elgar Armando Mendoza, DirectorProcession of the Nobels Rimksy-KorsakovGrahm’s Finale, Symphony No. 1 Arranged by BocookCrown Imperial March Sir William Walton SalutationsWelcome ......................................... Dr. Rose Y. Tseng, Chancellor, University of Hawai‘i at Hilo Senior Vice President, University of Hawai‘iUa Ao Hawai‘i ..................................................................... Dr. Kalena Silva, Faculty & Students Kimura/Silva Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikölani College of Hawaiian LanguageThe Star-Spangled Banner ................................................................. University Chamber Singers Smith/Key Amy Yamasaki, DirectorHawai‘i Pono‘i .................................................................................................................... Assembly Berger/Kaläkaua Haunani Bernardino, Commencement ChairIntroductions ........................................ Rose Y. Tseng, Chancellor, University of Hawai‘i at HiloCongratulatory Message ............................................................................ Kalani Kahalepau‘ole UH Hilo Association of Alumni & Friends Student Addresses“Past, Present, Future” ................................................................................... Tamara Marie Bronk Bachelor of Arts, Communication“Striving for the Beautiful & Virtuous” ......................................................... Aaron Allen Phillips Bachelor of Arts, Communication Keynote AddressPatricia Hamamoto ....................................................................... Superintendent, State of Hawai‘i Department of Education 1
    • Awarding of Bachelor DegreesDr. Rose Y. Tseng .............................................................................................................. ChancellorDr. Christopher Lu ................................................................ Vice Chancellor for Academic AffairsRegent Capsun M. Poe ...................................................... University of Hawai‘i Board of RegentsDr. Michael Collier .................................................................................................................. Dean, College of Agriculture, Forestry & Natural Resource ManagementDr. Stephen Worchel .................................................................... Dean, College of Arts & SciencesDr. Marcia Y. Sakai ............................................................................... Director, School of BusinessDr. Kalena Silva .................................................................................................................. Director, Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikölani College of Hawaiian Language Awarding of Certificate in Teacher EducationDr. Alice J. Kawakami ....................................................................... Chair, Education Department Awarding of Master DegreesDr. Kalena Silva ................................. Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikölani College of Hawaiian LanguageDr. Alice J. Kawakami .................................................................................. Education Department Mele for the UniversityPuleo Ha‘aheo ...................................................................................................................... Assembly Kamanä/Silva/ Led by Haunani Bernardino, Commencement Chair Wilson/Bernardino AcknowledgementsDr. Rose Y. Tseng .............................................................................................................. Chancellor RecessionalRecessional ................................................................................................... Hilo High Viking Band Charlie Hill Armando Mendoza, DirectorSong of Praise Traditional The UH Hilo Student Association, in cooperation with Sodexho Management Services, cordially requests the pleasure of your company at a reception on the länai of the Edwin H. Mookini Library immediately following this commencement ceremony. Music to be provided by the Richard Lee Ensemble. 2
    • Keynote AddressMrs. Patricia Hamamoto, superintendent of the State Department ofEducation, is a 1962 graduate of Maryknoll High School, and an alumna ofCalifornia State University Long Beach, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts inhistory and a professional teaching diploma in 1967. In 1985, she obtained anadministrator’s certificate from UH Mänoa and in 1990, a certificate of comple-tion in labor relations, specializing in arbitration.Mrs. Hamamoto’s lengthy educational career spans more than three decades,beginning in 1967 when she taught social studies in California. In 1976, sheaccepted her first teaching job in Hawai‘i, at ‘Ilima Elementary School.In 1983, Mrs. Hamamoto became vice principal of Maui High School; while there,she earned her administrator’s certificate. At Nänäkuli High and IntermediateSchool, she again served as vice principal until her appointment as principal atPearl City Highlands Elementary in 1987. She later took a two-year break towork in the State Office of Personnel Services. Upon completion of her tenure,she returned to the Department of Education as principal of McKinley HighSchool.Mrs. Hamamoto became deputy superintendent of Education in February of1999. She held that post until October 2001 when she was appointed actingsuperintendent. In December of that year, the State Board of Education namedher to the permanent post.As superintendent, Mrs. Hamamoto is responsible for 255 regular schools andthree special schools; also under her are 25 charter schools. The combinedstudent population, in excess of 183,000, is served by a force of 13,000 teachers,librarians and counselors. 3
    • Student AddressesTamara Marie Bronk is a Communication major, minoring in BusinessAdministration. She carries a 3.99 GPA and has made the Dean’s List for fiveconsecutive semesters; twice she received the College of Arts and Sciences Merit-Based Tuition Waiver. A native of Calfornia, Ms. Bronk is a two-time recipient ofthe All-American Scholar Award. In May 2002, she received the NationalCollegiate Business Merit Award.The title of her address is “Past, Present, Future.”Aaron Allen Phillips is a Communication major and carries a 3.5 GPA. Hestudied first at Montana State University, then transferred to UHH in 2001.Mr. Phillips is a veteran of the Gulf War. While serving in the army in 1989-1992,he earned 19 decorations, medals, badges, citations and campaign ribbons. Inaddition, he received the Purple Heart after being wounded by an Iraqi suicidebomber. For his heroism in disarming 18 Iraqi soldiers in Kuwait with theassistance of only one other soldier, he was awarded a Bronze Star.Mr. Phillips’ Gulf experience reverberates in his address titled “Striving for theBeautiful and Virtuous.” He encourages his classmates to face their challengesby holding true to their ideals in the face of adversity.Mr. Phillips plans to attend law school following graduation. 4
    • CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION Master of Arts in Hawaiian Language & Literature Larry Lindsey KimuraNä Mele Kau O Ka Mähele Mua O Ka Mo‘olelo ‘O Hi‘iakaikapoliopele Na Joseph M. Poepoe: He Kalailaina Me Ke Kälele Ma Luna O Nä Ku‘inaiwi Kaulua. “The Poetry of the First Part of the Ancient Hawaiian Epic, Hi‘iakaikapoliopele, as Recorded by Joseph M. Poepoe: A Structural Analysis with Emphasis on Devices Linking Paired Utterances.” Master of Education Laureen Tamae Hagio Misty Malia Inouye Helen Mitsue Kim Tammie Ann O’Brien Deirdre Aileen Paris June Skipper Sheffield Todd Richard Shumway Judith Angela Soares Traci Sachiko Suga Joan Jendrick Toledo Arlene Naomi Uehara COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY & NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Bachelor of Science in AgricultureOscar Blanco Montano Francisco Trinidad Mendez Summer Lei Ilima SimonYvette May Kaaiwela Hall Mila Misisimolo Misa Ari Lynn Steinberg-Lake*Tyrus Rex Kazuo Hoshino Jennifer Teruko Ohara* Carolyn Leilani Wong*Camille G. Mahaulu Athena Cholas Pratt* Academic Subject CertificateMicah O.M. Miller Richard Harlow Morse Carolyn Leilani Wong TROPICAL FORESTRY TROPICAL FORESTRY TROPICAL FORESTRY COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES Bachelor of ArtsTherelyn Martinez Agbayani Sylvia Ann Alvarado* Chad Lalepa Keali‘i Atkins NATURAL SCIENCE BIOLOGY COMMUNICATIONHeather Christine Puakina Clint Kuahiwi Pasalo Nancy Christine Serain Ballo Aiona Anderson NATURAL SCIENCE COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Libby Karina BoteroPatricia Ann Wong Akiyama Giliana Andrade PSYCHOLOGY ENGLISH PSYCHOLOGY Timothy BrodrickMelanie Punahele Allen Blaine N. Araki PSYCHOLOGY NATURAL SCIENCE LIBERAL STUDIES Tamara Marie Bronk* COMMUNICATION* Honors Candidate 5
    • Kimi Lani Mieko Matsuyama Nathan Peter Ilaoa Tami Keakaokalani Mo‘ikeha Brown ANTHROPOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY NATURAL SCIENCE Gary W. Isom Marybeth MurphyTammy Lynn Carvalho PSYCHOLOGY & POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY ENGLISH SCIENCE Akemi Kehaulani NakamuraJacquelyn Benton Ching Roy Papanu‘umelani Jensen III ENGLISH COMMUNICATION POLITICAL SCIENCE Mineto Nakamura*Amanda Lee Cox Patricia E. Johnson BIOLOGY BIOLOGY ENGLISH Yumi Nakamura*Jamie Crichton Jennifer Kalpokas PHILOSOPHY SOCIOLOGY POLITICAL SCIENCE Wendy Kiyoku NakasoneCindy David Brian Robert Kalani Antone LIBERAL STUDIES POLITICAL SCIENCE Kamau Pilialoha Ku‘uleiolaKa‘ila Victoria Kamealoha PSYCHOLOGY Nathaniel DeFries Jedda Nohealani Kame‘enui LIBERAL STUDIES ANTHROPOLOGY MARINE SCIENCE Cindy Akemi NomuraAina-Mei Mahina Dixon* Donnelle Kalani Kawaauhau SOCIOLOGY & ECONOMICS ANTHROPOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY Tadashi ObinataKamala Li Dockstader MaryAgnes Ku‘ualoha Kila LINGUISTICS POLITICAL SCIENCE COMMUNICATION Tami-lee Nohealani Ah-MoyDenby Malia Erece Lorri Kimi Oili BIOLOGY COMMUNICATION MARINE SCIENCEErik Kaulana Evangelista Katherine Elizabeth Cynthia Joyce Oppenheimer COMMUNICATION Kurtenbach MARINE SCIENCEBryan Craeg Evans* BIOLOGY Nadia Christina Oribio COMMUNICATION Steven Bradley Lang ARTAdelina Christine ECONOMICS Albert H. Pacheco, Jr. Kauaalohalani Figueroa David LeRoy LaQua PSYCHOLOGY SOCIOLOGY POLITICAL SCIENCE Ceraida Leila PadamadaAlvin Chad Furumoto Louona M. Larkspur* SOCIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY Ross Moses Kilipaki PagatJohn Froment Gaines Kristine Kelly Little ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE NATURAL SCIENCE MARINE SCIENCE Jocelyn Sensano PanemChianna Kamakanimelealoha Patrick Griffith Looby SOCIOLOGY BIOLOGY Gall Keola Joseph Park PSYCHOLOGY Hannah Mihana Loyola* COMMUNICATION NATURAL SCIENCEAnne C. Ghiulamila Dana Danielle Leinani Pereira MARINE SCIENCE Baccalaureate Becky Ma‘o PSYCHOLOGY POLITICAL SCIENCEMaren Graham Naiten Brad Phillip, Jr. POLITICAL SCIENCE Donna Mae Maemori* MARINE SCIENCE PSYCHOLOGYJulia Kahalelaukoa I‘i Hannon Aaron Allen Phillips MARINE SCIENCE Charlene Adele Malaka* COMMUNICATION MUSICClayton Ames Hanson Robin Kaleolani Poepoe POLITICAL SCIENCE Josephine Pala Malepeai SOCIOLOGY COMMUNICATIONKarrin Malia Hauanio Athena Cholas Pratt* SOCIOLOGY June Ta‘ei Mapo ECONOMICS PSYCHOLOGYPatrick Arther Hayes* Jacquelyn L. Prell* PSYCHOLOGY Ellen Erdahl Markin ENGLISH ANTHROPOLOGYEverett Bruce Hehn* Matthew Roden Radosevich ECONOMICS Wanda Cheryl Materne GEOGRAPHY PSYCHOLOGYLisa Ann Hidano Kensley Raigeluw MATHEMATICS Anne Elizabeth Matthews PSYCHOLOGY ENGLISHCharles Edward Hill* Margo Shepherd Ray* COMMUNICATION Tamia Maria McKeague* ART PSYCHOLOGYKatie Ann Holden Raquel Kanani Rezentes ART Frederick LaMotte Miles SOCIOLOGY LINGUISTICSTrisha Louise Holley Summer Ann Roper* PSYCHOLOGY Melanie Lynn Mishata ANTHROPOLOGY MARINE SCIENCESherry Elizabeth Holloway Daneen Rutledge* ART Helen Yvonne Gabriel PSYCHOLOGYColin Patrick Hourihan Montgomery Christian Alexander Rygh* POLITICAL SCIENCE POLITICAL SCIENCE GEOGRAPHY Melinda Frances Moore COMMUNICATION* Honors Candidate 6
    • Vitya Sagalovsky Amy Lynn Smith Rachel Casey Thompson LIBERAL STUDIES ECONOMICS COMMUNICATIONKasieLyn T. Sagawa Ashleigh M. Smith Lyndsey Akemi-Kanoelani COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION TonakiAurrendyrn Brent Sakoda* Talia Lizama Smith PSYCHOLOGY PHILOSOPHY HISTORY Christopher Byrne TrevittSteve Makoto Sakoda Judy Sohl COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION POLITICAL SCIENCE Mitchell G. TujagueLarry David Samuels* Welman Damian Sohl SOCIOLOGY MUSIC LINGUISTICS Luis Alberto Vergara*Lucia Cecilia Mannhard Ethan Lanakila Spencer PSYCHOLOGY Samuels* ENGLISH & PHILOSOPHY Deana Liliha Victor-Frederick MUSIC Ron Pale Storer PSYCHOLOGYElizabeth Jane Kehaulani LIBERAL STUDIES & POLITICAL Walter Na‘auao Vivas SCIENCE PSYCHOLOGY Sanders COMMUNICATION Melissa Kiku Keller Suffern* Dan Michio Wagatsuma ENGLISH ECONOMICSTeresa Jerilyn SanMiguel ART Allison Maxey Suhr* Marc Thomas Washington MARINE SCIENCE MARINE SCIENCE & PSYCHOLOGYMary Elizabeth Schmidt SOCIOLOGY Laveitiga Tusipasi Suiaunoa Denise Shizue Watanabe PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOLOGYNylene W. Schoellhorn ART Shane Michael Summers Lisa Michelle Wedding ANTHROPOLOGY MARINE SCIENCEPaul Monae Scott GEOGRAPHY Thayne Airth Sweat Elijah Joseph Wideski PSYCHOLOGY COMMUNICATIONTonia Mechelle Scott PSYCHOLOGY & ART Kaci Sayuri Takahashi Näpua Margaret Aloha MARINE SCIENCERoyce P.A. Serrao Kau‘imae‘ole Wise SOCIOLOGY Mariko Tam POLITICAL SCIENCE PSYCHOLOGYRoberta Shizue Shiratori LeJenna Naleen Wilton ENGLISH Cindy Hanae Tomita Taylor HISTORY ARTDamien Keala Shrinski Dana Sumiko Yamamoto SOCIOLOGY & POLITICAL Dylan David Taylor PSYCHOLOGY SCIENCE HISTORY Momoka YaoJason Lonnie Shumate Nicole Lynn Thompson BIOLOGY POLITICAL SCIENCE ANTHROPOLOGY & NATURAL SCIENCE Academic Subject Certificate Jennifer Kalpokas Louona M. Larkspur Christian Alexander Rygh INTERNATIONAL STUDIES WOMEN’S STUDIES ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Brian Robert Kalani Antone Wanda Cheryl Materne Larry David Samuels Kamau WOMEN’S STUDIES PACIFIC ISLANDS STUDIES WOMEN’S STUDIES Daneen Rutledge WOMEN’S STUDIES Bachelor of Business AdministrationPaul Adams Tricia Lani Kaneshiro Scott Denjiro Prather*Rebekah Marie Bland* Steven Bradley Lang Jerald Minoru SatakeZuleika Vee Edwin Jing Li Yosuke SatoHeather Rae Evans Linjun Li Dawn Kiyoko SegawaKeahi Alyssa Mo‘ikeha Kapena Kaumualii Lum* Joyleen Sienes Galinato Luiz Gustavo Mariano Sherry Elizabeth SparkeDestri Lynn Akiko Gapusan Ryan Takao Nitta Teri Jaye Masako TakahataRobert Edward Gavel, Jr. Masato Okada Eric K. TakamotoKevin Chiweng Kan Todd Tetsumi Keola Otake Kohei Tase*Curtis Shuzo Kaneoka Abby Kehaulani Padasdao Denise Shizue Watanabe Marsha Leimomi Pauline* Honors Candidate 7
    • Bachelor of Science Anthony Clyde Commendador* Jason Daniel Meyer COMPUTER SCIENCE GEOLOGY Steven Daniel Kunitzer John Matthew Swatek* COMPUTER SCIENCE ASTRONOMY Certificate in Teacher Education Casey Lynette Hanoa Lindsey Leigh Shelby ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ELEMENTARY EDUCATION KA HAKA ‘ULA O KE‘ELIKÖLANI COLLEGE OF HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE & LITERATURE Bachelor of Arts in Hawaiian Studies Pä‘ani Edward Armstrong* Kananinohea Kapäokaläikawaiola Kimi Lani Mieko Chang Kawai‘ae‘a Matsuyama Brown Claudine Tamiko Mahealani Mänaiakalani Ned Kahuakai Nishimura Kalua Näpua Margaret Aloha Kau‘imae‘ole Wise Kahuawaiola Hawaiian Medium Teacher Education Certificate Faylene Gabriella Amor Mahinapoepoe Paishon Academic Subject Certificate Tami Keakaokalani Mö‘ïkeha BASIC HAWAIIAN CULTURE HONOR SOCIETIES Lambda Pi Eta Phi Alpha Theta Communication History Aaron Allen Phillips LeJenna Naleen Wilton Tamara Marie Bronk Bryan Craeg Evans Rachel Casey Thompson Melinda Frances Moore* Honors Candidate 8
    • AcknowledgmentsFaculty Marshals ................................................................................................. Dr. Michael Tanabe, College of Agriculture, Forestry & Natural Resource Management, Dr. Sonia Juvik & Dr. Kenith Simmons, College of Arts & Sciences, Dr. William Wilson & Ms. Keiki Kawai‘ae‘a, Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikölani College of Hawaiian LanguageProcessional Marshals ................................................................................. Office for Student AffairsStudent Marshals & Ushers ..................................................................... Teacher Education StudentsFacilities ............................................. Athletics, Auxiliary Services & Agriculture Farm LaboratoryProgram ......... Academic Affairs; Administrative Affairs; Agriculture Farm Laboratory; Bookstore; College of Arts & Sciences; College of Agriculture, Forestry & Natural Resource Management; College of Continuing Education & Community Service; Communication; Disability Services; Graphic Services; Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikölani College of Hawaiian Language; Media Services; Office for Student Affairs; Office of the Chancellor; Performing Arts; UH Hilo Association of Alumni & Friends; UH Hilo Student Association; UH Hilo Theatre; University RelationsSign Language Interpreters ........................................................... Susanna Rivera, Sally Lei WehrsigReception ........................................... UH Hilo Student Association, Sodexho Management ServicesSpecial Thanks to the Fall 2002 Commencement Committee: Diane Crichton, Christopher Lu, Ken Fukamizu, Alyson Kakugawa-Leong, Olivia Lee, Gail Makuakäne-Lundin, Clifford Kaneshiro, Kolin Kettleson, Greg Nielsen, Susan Shirachi, Susan Yugawa, Haunani Bernardino, chair. 9
    • The Star-Spangled BannerPoem by Francis Scott KeyMusic by John Stafford SmithOh, say, can you see by the dawn’s early lightWhat so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming?Whose broad stripes and bright stars, through the perilous fight,O’er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming?And the rocket’s red glare, the bombs bursting in air,Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there.Oh, say, does that Star-Spangled Banner yet waveO’er the land of the free and the home of the brave? Hawai‘i Pono‘i Music by Henri Berger Lyrics by David Kaläkaua Hawai‘i pono‘ï Hawai‘i’s very own, Nänä i kou mö‘ï Look to your sovereign lord, Ka lani ali‘i Your chief that is heaven-born, Ke ali‘i. Who is your king. Hui: Makua lani ë Protector heaven-sent, Kamehameha ë Kamehameha great, Na käua e pale To vanquish every foe Me ka ihe. With conquering spear. Hawai‘i pono‘ï People of Hawai‘i’s land, Nänä i nä ali‘i Look to your native chiefs, Nä pua muli kou Your sole surviving lords, Nä pöki‘i. The nation’s pride. Hawai‘i pono‘ï People of Hawaiian stock, E ka lähui ë My nation ever dear, ‘O käu hana nui With loins begirt for work E ui ë. Strive with your might. 10
    • Pulelo Ha‘aheoWords by Kauanoe Kaman¯ , Kalena Silva, William H. Wilson aMusic by Haunani BernardinoPulelo ha‘aheo ke ahi a nä lehua a‘o HiloHilo o ka m¯ lamalama, lamak¯ o nei ao a uKa ua Kanilehua ka‘u e p¯ lama mau ai uHilo i ka uluwehiwehi, wehi kau i ka wëkiuHui:E kü a‘e e Hilo, lei i ka na‘auaoHo‘okahi ka umauma, ho‘okahi pu‘uwai.English Translation by Kauanoe Kaman¯ , Kalena Silva, a Kenith Simmons, William H. WilsonLehua blossom flames leap high above Hilo,Hilo, proud bearer of the torch of wisdom, light for all to share.I shall always cherish the Kanilehua rain;Hilo, lush with vegetation, a lei reaching to the highest peaks.Chorus:Rise up, O Hilo, wear proudly the mantle of enlightenment;Let us stand united in purpose, mind and heart. 11
    • Parents, Relatives and Friends, To find your graduate after the commencement exercises, look for the first letter of his or her last name which is posted on the outside walls of this gym, as indicated by the diagram below. Congratulations to all of you! ATHLETIC LOCKER ROOM-TRAINING ROOM E-J K-L A D FAMILY & FRIENDS BAND FACULTYC-D M-N FAMILY & GRADUATION FRIENDS GRADUATES CANDIDATES STAGE FAMILY & GRADUATIONA-B GRADUATES CANDIDATES O-R FRIENDS BAND CHORUS FAMILY & FRIENDS B C U-Z S-T TENNIS COURTS TO PARKING LOT ATHLETIC OFFICE COMPLEX Room 119 This document is available in alternate format upon request.This facility is wheelchair accessible, and sign language interpretersare located to the right of the stage. A TV monitor is in room 119 for those wishing to view the ceremony on screen. 12