Senior at the Crossroads
2011 graduate Quincy Bock posed for a picture near a significant street sign.
During Commencement week, Quincy Bock ’11 was walking with her parents when she saw her name and college sharing a street sign. She had never noticed the combination during her four years in college. Bock donned a mortarboard and stood atop her father's shoulders to pose for a photograph at the meaningful intersection; her mother, Diane Bock, snapped the picture.
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