A look back at a few of our favorite moments from the College of Liberal Arts’ 2019 commencement ceremony.
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On Sunday, May 12, 2019 graduates of Rollins’ College of the Liberal Arts participated in the 129th commencement ceremony in the Harold & Ted Alfond Sports Center. The commencement address was delivered by Robiaun Rogers Charles ’94, vice president of college advancement at Agnes Scott College.
The ceremony honored the accomplishments of the graduates and esteemed faculty members. The following received special recognition at the ceremony.
Ashley Kistler, associate professor of anthropology
Alice Davidson, associate professor of psychology
Jana Mathews, associate professor of English
Lorrie Kyle, executive director, Office of the President
The class of 2019 valedictorians from left: Lizzie Berry, Karly Bland, Gabbie Buendia, Madison Jenkins, and Catherine Linder.
President Grant Cornwell addresses the graduating CLA class of 2019.
Marissa Cobuzio ’19 spent the past year training her service dog, Ari, on campus as part of her Bonner Leaders project.
President Emerita Rita Bornstein ’04H ’04HAL
Ellie Rushing ’19 recevied this year’s Algernon Sydney Sullivan medallion, an award presented to a graduating senior whose philosophies place the highest value upon service to others and the community.
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