Eagle Eye: Spring Commencement 2019

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image: Rites of Passage Sprin 2019
Graduating students participated in the Rites of Passage ceremony on Friday, May 10. The ceremony is held to recognize and celebrate the scholastic achievement of minority and international students at MSU. Front row, from left: Leighann S. Neal (19), Frankfort; Kelli Jernise Harris (19), Shelbyville; Hannah Marie Gipson (19), Louisville; Ceirra Shapprell Wilson, (19), Lexington; Brittany Nicole McCoy (19), Louisville; Miranda Dianne Crockett (19), Martinsville, Virginia; McKenzie Calvert (19), Schertz, Texas; Johna Chanel Becknell Walker (19), Beattyville; and Nekko Beal (19), Cincinnati. Second row, from left: Christian DeAndre Thomas (19), Mt. Sterling; Logan Seth Wolfgang McClane (19), Georgetown; Hassan Abdalla Suleiman (19), Louisville; Nicholas Flores (19), West New York, New Jersey; Landie La’Mont Davis (19), Detroit, Michigan; Aaron T’Sai D’Jon Turk (19), Roswell, Georgia; Sayyid Kanu (19), Columbus, Ohio; and Georgia Crystal Campbell (19), Brampton, Ontario, Canada. Back row, from left: Stephon Terrell Williams (19), Paris; Cuibing Wu (19), Wei County, Xingtai City, Hebei Province, China; Jeremiah S. Draper (19), Fort Knox; Brandyn Martin Duncan (19), Lexington; Lamontray S. Harris (19), Louisville; Joshua Isaiah Hall (19), Hampton, Virginia; Robert De’Andre Sparks (19), Shelby, Mississippi; and Tierra McGowan (19), Chicago, Illinois. Not pictured is Aliyah Jeune (19), Mount Holly, New Jersey.
Sarah Fink (19) of Hollsopple, Pennsylvania, was the student speaker at the afternoon commencement ceremony, which honored graduates of the College of Education and the Caudill College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Fink earned a Bachelor of Arts in Government with a minor in international studies and a Certificate in Intelligence Studies with an emphasis in regional analysis.
Sarah Fink (19) of Hollsopple, Pennsylvania, was the student speaker at the afternoon commencement ceremony, which honored graduates of the College of Education and the Caudill College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Fink earned a Bachelor of Arts in Government with a minor in international studies and a Certificate in Intelligence Studies with an emphasis in regional analysis.
Eliza Eaches (19) sang the national anthem at Morehead State's spring commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 11.
Eliza Eaches (19) sang the national anthem at Morehead State’s spring commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 11.
Abby Isaacs (19) of Ashland was the speaker at the morning commencement ceremony, which honored graduates of the College of Science and the Elmer R. Smith College of Business and Technology. Isaacs earned a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences.
Abby Isaacs (19) of Ashland was the speaker at the morning commencement ceremony, which honored graduates of the College of Science and the Elmer R. Smith College of Business and Technology. Isaacs earned a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences.
Will Young (19) sang at the spring commencement ceremonies of Morehead State on Saturday, May 11.
Will Young (19) sang at the spring commencement ceremonies of Morehead State on Saturday, May 11.
Cameron A. Back (19) of Nicholasville and Kylee Anne Hearne (19) of Sparta were commissioned as Second Lieutenants in the U.S. Army during commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 11.
Cameron A. Back (19) of Nicholasville and Kylee Anne Hearne (19) of Sparta were commissioned as Second Lieutenants in the U.S. Army during commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 11.
Image: Spring Commencement 2019
More than 1,200 students earned their degrees and were recognized at MSU’s spring commencement ceremonies.