Hair flying, heels left behind, cap falling off and bare feet moving as fast as I could make them across the fresh cut grass of the Quad. This was me, last year, the morning of graduation.
Trevecca’s graduation is set for tomorrow. While you’re excited to see your favorite student walk across the stage and receive their hard-earned degree, you may also be wondering what else you can plan to do while you’re in Nashville.
With Trevecca’s 116th Commencement Convocation just a week away, the Class of 2017 is busy preparing for the big day. Erica T. Holmes will earn her bachelor’s in health care administration from Trevecca’s School of Graduate and Continuing Studies on May 6. She'll be one of three graduates speaking during the ceremony.
Prior to graduation last year, then-Trevecca senior Joe Hare sat down with us to talk about his future plans, his Trevecca experience and why he chose Trevecca in the first place. Now in medical school at West Virginia University, Joe is well on his way to obtaining his goal of becoming an orthopedic surgeon.
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The year is quickly coming to a close, and graduation is just around the corner. Are you having trouble finding a gift for that special graduate in your life? Don’t worry! Here’s a list of five things graduates really want.
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