About 300 graduates were told to commit their lives to helping others as they received diplomas from the medical school Saturday.
Students were encouraged to persevere through difficult times at the Columbian College of Arts and Science’s first commencement ceremony Saturday.
About 100 faculty, graduates and family gathered for the Undergraduate Interfaith Baccalaureate Service at the Western Presbyterian Church Saturday.
Speakers at the Graduate School of Education and Human Development’s commencement ceremony Saturday highlighted education’s importance in democracy.
Nursing graduates were urged to be compassionate and empathetic in their careers as health care professionals at a commencement ceremony Saturday.
The School of Engineering and Applied Science gathered its graduating class and seniors’ families for a commencement celebration at the Smith Center Friday.
Seventy-six students in the Graduate School of Education and Human Development earned their doctorates Thursday at Lisner Auditorium.
Five students filed a lawsuit against the University last week, claiming officials didn’t take action against a man who allegedly raped three student employees.
The Class of 2018 raised a record-breaking $140,882, surpassing previous classes’ gifts to the University.
Speakers encouraged the graduates to carefully consider their choices and apply their new skills to their future careers.