Graduation leads, please
Help! We've had a meagre response to the appeal for interesting graduation stories, destined for the last edition of Monday Paper for 2005. This edition will be devoted to chronicling the incredible, the intelligent, the illuminating and the inspiring at the culmination of our academic year. Please scratch your heads - there must be worthy stories out there. This is the edition we celebrate family ties: moms and dads capping their children, relatives travelling from the far ends of the earth to celebrate in the Jameson Hall. We're looking for heart-warming stories and heart-racing discoveries - anything that celebrates our graduands and their many tutors, lecturers, administrators and various supporters. If you have suggestions or leads, please send details to Helen ThÃ©ron.
Calling all macebearers
The university urgently needs macebearers (staff or student volunteers) for the December 2005 graduation ceremonies.
The macebearers will:
Macebearing is voluntary and there is no payment for providing this service.
If you would like to be a macebearer, please send your name and contact details to Denise Benjamin, or telephone 650-2187. Please advise the date and time of the ceremony at which you would like to assist.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 12
10h00 - Health Sciences
15h00 - Engineering and the Built Environment
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13
10h00 - Humanities 1
15h00 - Commerce 1 (Bus Sc)
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14
10h00 - Science 15h00 - Commerce 2 and Law
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15
10h00 - Humanities 2
15h00 - Commerce 3 (All BCom)
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16
10h00 - Humanities 3
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