Wilmington College holds 146th annual commencement


In the Academic Recession at the close of commencement are, from left in the foreground, Wilmington College President Trevor M. Bates, Board of Trustees Chair Richard Sidwell, and leading the way is Faculty Grand Marshal Hal Shunk, professor of art.

In the Academic Recession at the close of commencement are, from left in the foreground, Wilmington College President Trevor M. Bates, Board of Trustees Chair Richard Sidwell, and leading the way is Faculty Grand Marshal Hal Shunk, professor of art.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

James M. Perrill of the Sabina area, a new Wilmington College graduate.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Savannah D. Rhodes of the Blanchester area, a new Wilmington College graduate.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Weston M. Trampler of the Clarksville area, a new Wilmington College graduate.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Carson Lenore Smith of the Sabina area, a new Wilmington College graduate with her Bachelor of Science degree in hand.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

New Wilmington College graduate Jordan A. Stroud of the Midland area reaches out to shake a hand.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Shelby Rose Williams of the Sabina area is a new Wilmington College graduate, earning the magna cum laude academic honor.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Instead of the usual “Pomp and Circumstance” music being played during Academic Procession at the beginning of commencement, the Ukrainian national anthem was heard.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

This is part of the Academic Procession during the Saturday morning Bachelor of Science commencement at Wilmington College, marking WC’s 146th annual commencement.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Hayley A. Suchland, back to camera, wipes away a tear from the cheek of Sarah Ann Monnier after the commencement ceremony. Suchland gave the student remarks at the Bachelor of Science commencement Saturday, centering her comments on the importance of being present in the moment.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Saturday morning’s Bachelor of Science commencement at Wilmington College marked WC’s 146th annual commencement. Instead of the usual “Pomp and Circumstance” music being played during Academic Procession at the beginning of commencement, the Ukrainian national anthem was heard. At right, Hayley A. Suchland, back to camera, wipes away a tear from the cheek of Sarah Ann Monnier after the commencement ceremony. Suchland gave the student remarks at the Bachelor of Science commencement Saturday, centering her comments on the importance of being present in the moment.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

In the Academic Recession at the close of commencement are, from left in the foreground, Wilmington College President Trevor M. Bates, Board of Trustees Chair Richard Sidwell, and leading the way is Faculty Grand Marshal Hal Shunk, professor of art.

James M. Perrill of the Sabina area, a new Wilmington College graduate.

Savannah D. Rhodes of the Blanchester area, a new Wilmington College graduate.

Weston M. Trampler of the Clarksville area, a new Wilmington College graduate.

Carson Lenore Smith of the Sabina area, a new Wilmington College graduate with her Bachelor of Science degree in hand.

New Wilmington College graduate Jordan A. Stroud of the Midland area reaches out to shake a hand.

Shelby Rose Williams of the Sabina area is a new Wilmington College graduate, earning the magna cum laude academic honor.

Instead of the usual “Pomp and Circumstance” music being played during Academic Procession at the beginning of commencement, the Ukrainian national anthem was heard.

This is part of the Academic Procession during the Saturday morning Bachelor of Science commencement at Wilmington College, marking WC’s 146th annual commencement.

Hayley A. Suchland, back to camera, wipes away a tear from the cheek of Sarah Ann Monnier after the commencement ceremony. Suchland gave the student remarks at the Bachelor of Science commencement Saturday, centering her comments on the importance of being present in the moment.

Saturday morning’s Bachelor of Science commencement at Wilmington College marked WC’s 146th annual commencement. Instead of the usual “Pomp and Circumstance” music being played during Academic Procession at the beginning of commencement, the Ukrainian national anthem was heard. At right, Hayley A. Suchland, back to camera, wipes away a tear from the cheek of Sarah Ann Monnier after the commencement ceremony. Suchland gave the student remarks at the Bachelor of Science commencement Saturday, centering her comments on the importance of being present in the moment.

In the Academic Recession at the close of commencement are, from left in the foreground, Wilmington College President Trevor M. Bates, Board of Trustees Chair Richard Sidwell, and leading the way is Faculty Grand Marshal Hal Shunk, professor of art.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/05/web1_recession_c.jpgIn the Academic Recession at the close of commencement are, from left in the foreground, Wilmington College President Trevor M. Bates, Board of Trustees Chair Richard Sidwell, and leading the way is Faculty Grand Marshal Hal Shunk, professor of art. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

James M. Perrill of the Sabina area, a new Wilmington College graduate.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/05/web1_Perrill_c.jpgJames M. Perrill of the Sabina area, a new Wilmington College graduate. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Savannah D. Rhodes of the Blanchester area, a new Wilmington College graduate.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/05/web1_rhodes_c.jpgSavannah D. Rhodes of the Blanchester area, a new Wilmington College graduate. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Weston M. Trampler of the Clarksville area, a new Wilmington College graduate.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/05/web1_trampler_c.jpgWeston M. Trampler of the Clarksville area, a new Wilmington College graduate. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Carson Lenore Smith of the Sabina area, a new Wilmington College graduate with her Bachelor of Science degree in hand.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/05/web1_smith_c.jpgCarson Lenore Smith of the Sabina area, a new Wilmington College graduate with her Bachelor of Science degree in hand. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

New Wilmington College graduate Jordan A. Stroud of the Midland area reaches out to shake a hand.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/05/web1_stroud_c.jpgNew Wilmington College graduate Jordan A. Stroud of the Midland area reaches out to shake a hand. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Shelby Rose Williams of the Sabina area is a new Wilmington College graduate, earning the magna cum laude academic honor.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/05/web1_williams_c.jpgShelby Rose Williams of the Sabina area is a new Wilmington College graduate, earning the magna cum laude academic honor. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Instead of the usual “Pomp and Circumstance” music being played during Academic Procession at the beginning of commencement, the Ukrainian national anthem was heard.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/05/web1_procession_2_c.jpgInstead of the usual “Pomp and Circumstance” music being played during Academic Procession at the beginning of commencement, the Ukrainian national anthem was heard. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

This is part of the Academic Procession during the Saturday morning Bachelor of Science commencement at Wilmington College, marking WC’s 146th annual commencement.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/05/web1_procession_c.jpgThis is part of the Academic Procession during the Saturday morning Bachelor of Science commencement at Wilmington College, marking WC’s 146th annual commencement. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Hayley A. Suchland, back to camera, wipes away a tear from the cheek of Sarah Ann Monnier after the commencement ceremony. Suchland gave the student remarks at the Bachelor of Science commencement Saturday, centering her comments on the importance of being present in the moment.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/05/web1_wipe_away_tear_c.jpgHayley A. Suchland, back to camera, wipes away a tear from the cheek of Sarah Ann Monnier after the commencement ceremony. Suchland gave the student remarks at the Bachelor of Science commencement Saturday, centering her comments on the importance of being present in the moment. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Saturday morning’s Bachelor of Science commencement at Wilmington College marked WC’s 146th annual commencement. Instead of the usual “Pomp and Circumstance” music being played during Academic Procession at the beginning of commencement, the Ukrainian national anthem was heard. At right, Hayley A. Suchland, back to camera, wipes away a tear from the cheek of Sarah Ann Monnier after the commencement ceremony. Suchland gave the student remarks at the Bachelor of Science commencement Saturday, centering her comments on the importance of being present in the moment.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/05/web1_composite-3.jpgSaturday morning’s Bachelor of Science commencement at Wilmington College marked WC’s 146th annual commencement. Instead of the usual “Pomp and Circumstance” music being played during Academic Procession at the beginning of commencement, the Ukrainian national anthem was heard. At right, Hayley A. Suchland, back to camera, wipes away a tear from the cheek of Sarah Ann Monnier after the commencement ceremony. Suchland gave the student remarks at the Bachelor of Science commencement Saturday, centering her comments on the importance of being present in the moment. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal