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Published: 5/11/2014 - Updated: 1 year ago


279th BGSU commencement ceremony

2,260 students graduated during the 279th Commencement at Bowling Green State University on May 10 in Bowling Green. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

The scene of the 279th Commencement at Bowling Green State University. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The scene of the 279th Commencement at Bowling Green State University.
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Swanton resident Emily Ohman is recognized for academic honors. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Swanton resident Emily Ohman is recognized for academic honors.
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Waterville, Ohio resident Amanda Hertzfeld celebrates on stage after receiving her diploma. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Waterville, Ohio resident Amanda Hertzfeld celebrates on stage after receiving her diploma.
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Film Production major Michael Kallenborn crosses the stage in sandals. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Film Production major Michael Kallenborn crosses the stage in sandals.
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Former BGSU graduate Dr. Brenda Hollis was the guest speaker. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Former BGSU graduate Dr. Brenda Hollis was the guest speaker.
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Bachelor of Fine Arts graphic design majors wore Pantone colors on their caps. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Bachelor of Fine Arts graphic design majors wore Pantone colors on their caps.
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Gahanna, Ohio resident and history major Mike Oiler waves to the crowd. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Gahanna, Ohio resident and history major Mike Oiler waves to the crowd.
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Dr. Lee A. Meserve carries the University Mace. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Dr. Lee A. Meserve carries the University Mace.
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BGSU President Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey, left, leaves the side of guest speaker Dr. Brenda Hollis as Hollis approaches the podium. Enlarge | Buy This Photo BGSU President Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey, left, leaves the side of guest speaker Dr. Brenda Hollis as Hollis approaches the ...
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Bowling Green resident and children's theater major Trina Friedberg, left, walks across the stage with her mother Konra Friedberg. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Bowling Green resident and children's theater major Trina Friedberg, left, walks across the stage with her mother Konra Friedberg....
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Perrysburg resident and environmental science major Adam Vaughn went barefoot. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Perrysburg resident and environmental science major Adam Vaughn went barefoot.
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President Mary Ellen Mazey poses with graduate Dylan Burley as he takes a selfie. Enlarge | Buy This Photo President Mary Ellen Mazey poses with graduate Dylan Burley as he takes a selfie.
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Republic, Ohio resident and communications major Lauren Phillips wore the big orange and white shoes because she was mascot Frieda Falcon during her time in college. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Republic, Ohio resident and communications major Lauren Phillips wore the big orange and white shoes because she was mascot Frieda ...
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Dr. Rodney Rogers, senior vice president for Academic Affairs & Provost, introduces guest speaker Dr. Brenda Hollis. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Dr. Rodney Rogers, senior vice president for Academic Affairs & Provost, introduces guest speaker Dr. Brenda Hollis.
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Graduates move their tassels to the left side of their caps. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Graduates move their tassels to the left side of their caps.
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Brunswick resident and psychology major Brittney Campbell wears a Bible verse on her cap. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Brunswick resident and psychology major Brittney Campbell wears a Bible verse on her cap.
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