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‘Tis the Season for Graduation

Hopefully, those graduating this semester already know the dates and locations of their commencement ceremonies.

But for the friends and family who want/are forced to watch–or for the future grads who let all the spiced rum and eggnog go to their heads–we’ve put together a short and sweet list of save-the-dates:

Friday, Dec. 17

(5:00 p.m. at The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel, President’s Hall 1,2,3)

Schreyer Honors College Medal Ceremony

Saturday, Dec. 18

(9:00 a.m. at The Bryce Jordan Center)

College of Agricultural Sciences

Smeal College of Business

College of Earth and Mineral Sciences

College of Engineering

College of Information Sciences and Technology

(12:30 p.m. at The Bryce Jordan Center)

College of Arts and Architecture

Associate Degrees

College of Communications

College of Education

College of Health and Human Develoment

College of the Liberal Arts

School of Nursing

Eberly College of Science

(4:00 p.m. at Eisenhower Auditorium)

The Graduate School

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Tara Maerz

Hi I'm Tara. I grew up in Abington (Penn State Abington is basically my backyard). I am a junior Print Journalism major. I enjoy traveling, trashy reality TV shows, cereal and pillows.

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