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9 > Image 9 of Kentucky Alumni, vol. 74, no. 2, Summer 2003

Part of Kentucky alumnus

I I I i`~ I I Beat `I Q_ I S a In p I Vt V ii , .t_ ii er M .. ,,I. ii, ,.4A, M *>,_:_ I s MEMO ( Completed in l Q i y __ m e ni o r ia I g g V_ "" p Kentuckians ~ g . if y .. _ in World War i ; building proj I? . I_ ia ; f i n a n c e d b y 3 ) ~ C0Uibutiong_ V l N- ' V i ,7 % 1 O f t h 6 d C C B8 1 y ;; * .. r mounted on th J i , Walls. The bui {<< A A . I become B Syn] "" _~ __ University of Class O/ . it _. &E*l"Ll:(\' Nt:Tg ; i. I B, _ , ._ _ & { k l ~; ... - ;g.g, .: .,.:, II._. Us .-i is. gi xii r { Dressed for Success Sarah Appler, a graduating senior with a major in Finance, put on her cap and gown in April to pose for photos to include with her graduation invitations Appler, from Elgin, Ill., was one of a record 7,478 students eligible to receive degrees during UKs 136th Commencement on May 10 in Memorial Coliseum. This years ceremony featured speaker Mary Sue Coleman, a former member of UKs faculty in the Department of Biochemistiy who is the 13th president of the University of Michigan. KENTuci