Commencement’s first product placement, managed by new doctors of dental medicine Prathima Prasanna, of Presque Isle, Maine, and Amy Crystal-Regen, of Lexington, Kentucky.
Photograph by Stu Rosner
Making his debut as Commencement caller, Frederick Abernathy, McKay professor of mechanical engineering and Lawrence professor of engineering, announced to those assembling in the Old Yard, “My responsibility is to engineer with dignity your orderly march into Tercentenary Theatre.”
Photograph by Jim Harrison
The president at the head of the procession.
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Elijah Hutchinson ’06, of Leverett House and New York City, ready to party.
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Class Day Ivy orator Elizabeth Widdicombe ’06, of Dunster House and Boston, tells of a dream in which the dean of the College, Benedict Gross, appeared to her as a unicorn.
Photograph by Jim Harrison
The well-shod Gretchen O’Connell, Ed.M. ’06, of Cambridge.
Photograph by Jim Harrison
Trombonist Lennie Peterson of the Revolutionary Snake Ensemble, the quartet that led Currier House from the Quad to the festival rites.
Photograph by Jim Harrison

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