Fall Commencement    December 20, 2003
Ua Ao Hawai‘iWords by Larry Kimura           Chant melody by Kalena SilvaKau e ka wena o ke ao i ka lani  The announcement...
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I AT HILO      2003 Fall Commencement Program        NEW GYM-ATHLETIC COMPLEX • 9:00 A.M., SATURDAY, D...
Bachelor DegreesMichael Collier .............................................................................................
Keynote AddressCongressman Ed Case, born and raised in Hilo, attended Waiakea-Kai andKeaukaha Elementary Schools in Hilo a...
CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION              Master of Arts in Hawaiian Language & Literature                                  J...
Eddeille Boado                    Kristel Noelle Foutch*                  Barbara Malia Lively Geography                  ...
Theresa Talaro Potter                    Michael Harris Shumate*                   Edmund Joseph Sablan Sociology         ...
Bachelor of Science          David Robert Barnes                                    Susanne Rachel Decker           Geolog...
AcknowledgmentsUniversity Congress ..........................................................................................
Hawai‘i Pono‘iMusic by Henri BergerLyrics by David KaläkauaHawai‘i pono‘ï                 Hawai‘i’s very own,Nänä i kou mö...
Academic RegaliaThe academic costume worn by faculty during commencement comes from an oldtradition dating from the Middle...
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Fall 2003 commencement program

  1. 1. Fall Commencement December 20, 2003
  2. 2. Ua Ao Hawai‘iWords 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.
  3. 3. UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I AT HILO 2003 Fall Commencement Program NEW GYM-ATHLETIC COMPLEX • 9:00 A.M., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2003 GreetingsJackie Pualani Johnson ..................................................................... Interim Commencement ChairLiko Puha ........................................................................... President, UH Hilo Student Association ProcessionalFanfare ......................................................................................................... Hilo High Viking Band Jack Bullock Armando Mendoza, DirectorPomp & Circumstance Sir Edward ElgarBrahm’s Finale, Symphony No. 1 Johannes Brahms, Arranged by BocookProcession of the Nobles Nicholas Rimsky-Korsakov, Arranged by Jay Bocook Salutations & DedicationWelcome ................................................ Rose Y. Tseng, Chancellor, University of Hawai‘i at HiloUa Ao Hawai‘i ........................................................................... Kalena Silva, Faculty & Students Kimura/Silva Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikölani College of Hawaiian LanguageThe Star-Spangled Banner .................................................................... Heidi Van der Veer, Senior Smith/Key Performing Arts DepartmentHawai‘i Pono‘ï .................................................................................................................... Assembly Berger/Kaläkaua Led by Benjamin Miller, Senior, Performing Arts DepartmentIntroductions ........................................ Rose Y. Tseng, Chancellor, University of Hawai‘i at Hilo Student Addresses“The Intrinsic Value of Education” ................................................................................. Lisa Best Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy Keynote AddressEd Case ................................................................................................... United States Congressman Awarding of DegreesChristopher Lu ....................................................................... Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Bachelor DegreesTed Hong ............................................................... Regent, University of Hawai‘i Board of RegentsSimeon (Sam) Callejo .............................. Chief of Staff, University of Hawai‘i President’s Office
  4. 4. Bachelor DegreesMichael Collier ......................................................................................................................... Dean, College of Agriculture, Forestry & Natural Resource ManagementStephen C. Hora ............................................................... Interim Dean, College of Arts & SciencesMarcia Y. Sakai .......................................................................... Director, School School of BusinessKalena Silva ......................................................................................................................... Director, Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikölani College of Hawaiian Language Certificates in Teacher EducationJan Zulich ............................................................................................ Chair, Education Department Master DegreesKalena Silva ......................................................................................................................... Director, Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikölani College of Hawaiian LanguageJan Zulich ............................................................................................ Chair, Education Department Mele for the UniversityPulelo Ha‘aheo .................................................................................................................... Assembly Kamanä/Silva/ Led by Benjamin Miller, Senior, Performing Arts Wilson/Bernardino AcknowledgmentsRose Y. Tseng .................................................................................................................... Chancellor RecessionalTriumphal March from Aida ...................................................................... Hilo High Viking Band Giussepe Verdi Armando Mendoza, DirectorSong of Praise Traditional, Arranged by James Ployhar Ke Ala HanohanoThe Path of Honor ................................................ The Faculty bid a final aloha to their students The UH Hilo Student Association, in cooperation with Sodexho Campus 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. This document is available in alternate format upon request. This facility is wheelchair accessible, and sign language interpreters are located to the right of the stage.
  5. 5. Keynote AddressCongressman Ed Case, born and raised in Hilo, attended Waiakea-Kai andKeaukaha Elementary Schools in Hilo and graduated from Hawai‘i PreparatoryAcademy in Waimea in 1970. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology fromWilliams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, in 1975. Following gradua-tion, Case went to Washington D.C., where he spent the next three years (1975-1978) working for Hawai‘i Congressman and U.S. Senator Spark Matsunaga.Case later attended law school and earned his Juris Doctorate from the Univer-sity of California/Hastings College of Law in San Francisco in 1981. He workedfor nearly twenty years as an associate, partner, and managing partner with theHonolulu law firm of Carlsmith Ball. He also served as a law clerk for StateSupreme Court Chief Justice William S. Richardson, and with Hawai‘i StateDepartment of Labor.His career as an elected public official began with his election to the MänoaNeighborhood Board in Honolulu, where he served from 1985 to 1989. Case waselected to the State House of Representatives in 1994, where he served four two-year terms until November 2002. As a state lawmaker, Case was recognized as“Legislator of the Year” by Honolulu Weekly in 1995, “New Economy Legislatorof the Year” by the Hawai‘i Technology and Trade Association in 2000, and“Legislator of the Year” by Small Business Hawai‘i in 2000.Case won a special election on November 30, 2002, to complete the unexpiredterm of the late Patsy Takemoto Mink in Hawai‘i’s 2nd Congressional Districtencompassing the neighbor islands and rural O‘ahu. On January 4, 2003, hewon a second special election to serve the full, two-year term Mink was posthu-mously elected to in November. He currently serves as a member of the commit-tees on Education and the Workforce, Agriculture and Small Business. Case mostrecently traveled to Iraq and other Middle East countries as part of a congres-sional fact-finding delegation to assess U.S. reconstruction efforts in post-warIraq. Student AddressLisa Best, a philosophy major, was raised in Alaska and graduated fromSoldotna High School in 1997. She attended Kenai Peninsula College (KPC) from1998-2000. Best, who began her education at UH Hilo in 2000 has traveledextensively. Her numerous travels include visits to Mexico, Israel, Egypt,Denmark, Okinawa, Thailand, Laos and Cambodia. Best carries a 3.75 GPA andwas admitted to the Honors Program in Fall 2000 and has made the Dean’s Listthree times. Her campus and community service credentials are extensive. Sheserved three semesters as President of the UH Hilo Philosophical Society, foursemesters as Vice President of the Honors Club, and was a volunteer for theIronman Triathlon World Championship in 2001 and 2002. She also traveled toher hometown of Soldotna, Alaska, to speak on behalf of UH Hilo. Best visitedhigh school classrooms and spoke about the value of a college education involv-ing realistic goals.
  6. 6. CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION Master of Arts in Hawaiian Language & Literature Joseph Keola Donaghy Master of EducationShu-Ying Bonner April Ruth Alohalani Rene Momiauli‘i NahuluRyan Allison Cabalse Housman KirschJoan Derbyshire Lisa Lani Kamalani Gail M. ShimabukuroHelen Yolisa Duley Davelyn Sue Janice Michiko TanakaAmy Juliet Fullerton Kawehiwehionäpua Kanewa Mark Teruo WatanabeCOLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY & NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Bachelor of Science in AgricultureJeremy David Barker Robyn Kalei Fukamizu Heather Michelle McIlvenna*Starla Miriani Cosme Kaiki Yvonne Gunderson Jan E. PontanillaNicholas Samuel Davis Andrea Mari Kawabata* Leland TokiLucas Scott Erickson Takashi Kayo Kawena Wise Academic Subject CertificateStarla Miriani Cosme Andrea Mari Kawabata Leland Toki Plant Tissue Culture Plant Tissue Culture Plant Tissue CultureNicholas Samuel Davis Richard Harlow Morse Carlos A. Torres Báez Plant Tissue Culture Tropical Forestry Tropical Forestry Kelci Fumiko Nishiki Tropical Forestry COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES Bachelor of ArtsDarleen Lei Heide Ah Loy Ritsuko Amimoto* Kelly Nicole Balderston English Anthropology and Geography PsychologyMichelle Marie Nohea Akoni Stella Dominga Andrade Shelley Thomas Baldwin Psychology Administration of Justice EnglishRhett Imiola Akutagawa Kauihanamaikalani Ashley Jeremy David Barker Geography Archer BiologyLissandra Alamo-Pagan Biology KiTeya Belford-Smith* Marine Science Monica Lee Arrington AnthropologyMark Allen Albins* Psychology Henri J. Berger Biology Nancy Lee Arrington CommunicationRobyn Allen English Deborah Renée Bertolette* Marine Science Reo Nakamura Arriola Psychology History Lisa Ann Best* Laurette Ashou Philosophy Political Science* Honors Candidate
  7. 7. Eddeille Boado Kristel Noelle Foutch* Barbara Malia Lively Geography Anthropology Administration of Justice andRosann Lynn Briski Emily Rae Frederick Political Science Political Science Communication David Ross LoughmillerKristin Marie Britton Dyani Rei Fujita Communication Marine Science Japanese Studies Alanna Elizabeth LoveElisha Cole Broderson* Nari Fukuchi Sociology Psychology Psychology Amy Renée Johnson*Donna Lynn Liddicote Ï‘ï Jodi M. Galdones Psychology Brown Psychology Curtis Shuzo Kaneoka Liberal Studies Jessica Jo Sanae Gaynor EconomicsRichard Lee Brunner English Kelly Leialoha Luscomb Marine Science Elizabeth Ann Gerron* AnthropologyMichele-Marie Kimiko Philosophy Margaret K. Magonigle Rumiko Scarlett Griffin Marine Science Bugado Sociology Sociology Lisa Mapuana Mahuna Hamada Makoto CommunicationAlana Gabrielle Bute Psychology Linguistics Timothy Phillips Marmack Kristy Yuuko Hanagami EnglishZachary Robert Caldwell Marine Science Psychology Andrew Robert Marshall Kai La Hansen GeographyJustina Rose Camilleri Sociology Political Science Sasha Melendez Corece Chiemi Harada Marine ScienceHugh F. Carlin, Jr.* Psychology Psychology Kimberly Kehela Mizell Robert Gerald Hendrickson PsychologyErnie Emilio Carvalho Communication Biology Tina Marie Mochida Yuji Ito SociologyLori E. Cavanaugh English Communication Ryan Christopher Mojica Trisha Leiko Iwasaki CommunicationDiana Marie Chaffee Psychology Psychology Kelly Erin Moore* Ryusuke Izumi* PsychologyIsha Sherri Charbonneau Communication Marine Science Ty Mikal Morian Megan Grady Juran Marine ScienceAgnes Leilani Chow Anthropology Marine Science Vanessa Kimie Morimoto* Kristine Maile Kahoalii MathematicsPaul Richard Clark English Political Science Scarlett Aurora Mraz Asako Kanzaki Marine SciencePaige Jacqueline Close Sociology Political Science Leighton K. Nakamoto Amy Lynn Kasberg PsychologyDarrell Calvin Conley English Anthropology Lara Miyuki Nishikawa Emilia Auriel Mobel Katosang PsychologyVeronica Contos* Biology Political Science and Administration Nicholas H. Okamoto* of Justice Mathematics and PhysicsRobert Isaac Curtis Sociology Aya Kawamura Brandee Lyn Miyo Okinaga Linguistics PsychologyEric Paul D’Almeida Sociology Albert Michael Keim Clesson Kalikominoakalani History OligoJill Anne Dahlman English Naomi Kida Psychology Marine Science Lisa Marie OmijaPaddy James Daly Communication and Anthropology Mi-Sun Carolyn Jung Ho Kim English and Communication Political Science Lynn Sharon D. OrdonezLoyola Bakas Darius Communication and Anthropology John-Mark EnglishEunice Marie Davis Kahainuhoumaikai Kuba Dorothy L. Paiva Art English SociologySusanne Rachel Decker Rex Choe Kuhlmann Robert Alterique Parker Chemistry Political Science Political ScienceRolland Allan Rafanan Ericta Ya-Lan Kuo Cynthia Lee Phillips* Biology Psychology GeographyAfainisi Marlena Faauliuli Barbara Anne LeeLoy* Amy Leilani Platt* Sociology Anthropology English and MathematicsHeidi Lynn Fabritz* Catherine Mary Lenard Louisa Shobhini Communication English Ponnampalam*Bintari Utami Forrester* Jean K. Licus Marine Science Psychology Geography * Honors Candidate
  8. 8. Theresa Talaro Potter Michael Harris Shumate* Edmund Joseph Sablan Sociology Communication VillagomezKristen Lee Power Adam Louis Silva Psychology Marine Science Art Allan Kenji WatanabeLenore Alohealani Megan-Bernelle Lilinoe Administration of Justice Pu‘uohau-Pummill Ugalde Silva Donna Asami Watanabe* Liberal Studies and Philosophy Psychology PhilosophyMaria Patricia Randall Leonard K. Smith Llonyddwch Rhyddid Sociology Marine Science WatkinsCharissa Keith Douglas Strieck Philosophy Kamakalenaokeko‘olau Marine Science David Weiner Reese Staci Lynn Stroup* Psychology Anthropology Philosophy and Psychology Charles Hairston Wiggins, Jr.Consuelo Rendon Diana Christine Oliva Tamura Marine Science Psychology and Political Science Psychology Amanda Melissa WilhelmElizabeth Ann Reynolds Hazel Limei Tesei Marine Science Sociology Economics Randi Eliza Wold-BrennonSamantha Pi‘ilani Richardson Alan Thomas Art Psychology Political Science Prentise Kay WylieMichael John Robles Erin Michelle Torres English Biology Sociology Maritess L. YabesLola Khikmatjonovna Maude Tremblay Natural Science Salimova Marine Science Jaimal Nikos Yogis Economics Rachael Lahela Trimble Liberal StudiesMandy Emi Sasada Biology Shelagh Kay Yoon Psychology Freya Kai Tschantz* CommunicationDevan Lyn Yukimi Shigeta Sociology and Psychology Indya Young Psychology Raenette Chiemi Uyeno* Environmental Geography Communication (University of West Florida)Jenny Keiko Shimizu Japanese Studies and Economics Blaine Stephen Vernon Abidah Margaret Yunis Economics Psychology Academic Subject Certificate Rhett Imiola Akutagawa KiTeya Belford-Smith Environmental Studies (Physical) Environmental Studies (Physical) Ritsuko Amimoto Jean K. Licus Pacific Islands Studies Planning Bachelor of Business AdministrationBiberovic Jadranko Joan Aiko Iori Dawn Etsuko MiyashiroJennifer Danielle Bousquet* Nathalia Nunes Jung Wing Shan MokJoelle Kam Moon Hidemi Curtis Shuzo Kaneoka Vanessa Kimie Morimoto* Chow Yuka Kato* Michele Leionaona PabingwitEric Jay De Lima Douglas Steven Lakner Joshua Paul SagiaoShu Yan Deng* Alexander Wilde Leonard* Jenny Keiko ShimizuMelissa Hanagami Timothy Kenyon Marr Pamela P. SylvaJolene Sumiko Hildegard Ross Keola Mitsutani Eloy Cabral Villalba Hanoa* Wendelyn Navarro WaiBrady Conrad Hyde* Honors Candidate
  9. 9. Bachelor of Science David Robert Barnes Susanne Rachel Decker Geology Biology Alexander R. Barwick Ivy Rae Patton Computer Science Geology Philippe-Michel Binder Astronomy Certificate in Teacher Education John Casey Carpenter Elementary Education KA HAKA ‘ULA O KE‘ELIKÖLANI COLLEGE OF HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE Bachelor of Arts in Hawaiian Studies AnnLouise Paikike Collins Hope Pualani McKeen Terry Mark Crozier Michelle Ka‘ehukai Napoleon Noekeonaonaokalehua-mamo Lenneth Maurice Pavao, Jr. Kapuni-Reynolds Ann Kaleilokelani Tsuha HONOR SOCIETIES Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society of the National Communication Association Michael H. Shumate Phi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society Laurette Ashou* Honors Candidate
  10. 10. AcknowledgmentsUniversity Congress ......................................................................................... Jerry Calton, ChairFaculty Marshals ................................................................................................... Bruce Mathews, College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Natural Resource Management; Michele Ebersole, April Komenaka Scazzola, Karla McDermid-Smith, Marcia Miller, College of Arts and Sciences; Pila Wilson, Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikölani College of Hawaiian Language; David Hammes, Harry Hennessey, School of BusinessProcessional Marshals .......................................................................................... Performing ArtsUshers ............................................................................................... Mähealani Jones, CoordinatorFacilities ........................................................................................ Athletics, Auxiliary Services & College of Agriculture, Forestry & Natural Resource Management Farm LaboratoryProgram ..................................................................... Academic Affairs; Administrative Affairs; College of Agriculture, Forestry & Natural Resource Management 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; Office of University RelationsSign Language Interpreters .......................................... Susanna Rivera, Samantha RichardsonReception ........................................ UH Hilo Student Association, Sodexho Campus ServicesSpecial thanks to those whose valuable efforts contributed to the planning of the Fall 2003Commencement: Vice Chancellor Christopher Lu and Michael Bitter, Jim Cromwell, Kealoha Finneran- Swatek, Audrey Furukawa, Karla Hayashi, Ken Hupp, Mähealani Jones, Alyson Kakugawa-Leong, Clifford Kaneshiro, Kolin Kettleson, Gail Mäkuakane-Lundin, Rayna Morel, Greg Nielsen, Liko Puha, Susan Rezentes, Barbara Jean Saito, Susan Shirachi, Janis Shirai, Winnie Tatsuta, Heidi Veilleux, Susan Yugawa The Star-Spangled Banner Poem by Francis Scott Key Music by John Stafford Smith Oh, say, can you see by the dawn’s early light What 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 wave O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave?
  11. 11. Hawai‘i Pono‘iMusic by Henri BergerLyrics by David KaläkauaHawai‘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 foeMe 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 workE ui ë. Strive with your might. 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.
  12. 12. Academic RegaliaThe academic costume worn by faculty during commencement comes from an oldtradition dating from the Middle Ages. At that time all students were clerics. Academicregalia was worn to keep students warm as well as to identify the religious order to whichthe student belonged.In America, academic costumes were established based on the intercollegiate code of 1895.Each aspect of the costume, such as gown color, mortarboard tassel, and sleeve shape,indicate something about the wearer and the highest degree received.Most gowns are black, but some schools use brightly colored gowns. The color of thetassel indicates the highest degree earned by the wearer; a doctors cap frequently bears atassel of gold. Sleeves that are pointed are worn by holders of a bachelors degree, oblongsleeves by holders of masters degrees, and bell-shaped sleeves indicate the wearer holds adoctorate or specialist degree. The doctor is distinguished by the three bars that adornthe sleeves of the gown.The brightly colored hoods are the outstanding feature of the academic costume. Theyrepresent both the field of study and the university from which the degree was earned, asrepresented by the colors of both the border and the lining.Here at the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo, we also continue the tradition of marching inacademic regalia. Indeed, the colorful procession of faculty is marked by distinctive capsand gowns from universities worldwide. Similarly, the color of the tassel worn by today’sgraduation candidates reflect their major.Maize .................................................... Agriculture Kelly Green ............................................. MedicineWhite ............................ Arts, Letters, Humanities Pink .............................................................. MusicDrab ............................... Business Administration Apricot ...................................................... NursingCopper ................................................... Economics Dark Blue ............................................ PhilosophyLight Blue ............................................... Education Sage Green ............................ Physical EducationOrange ................................................. Engineering Peacock Blue ..................... Public AdministrationBrown ....................................................... Fine Arts Golden Yellow ............................................ ScienceMaroon ...................................... Home Economics Cream .............................................. Social ScienceCrimson ................................................. Journalism Citron ................................................. Social WorkPurple ................................................................ Law Silver Gray .................................. CommunicationLemon ............................................ Library Science 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. Congratulations to all of you!

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