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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 UK’s 136th Commencement on May 10 in Memorial Coliseum. This year’s
ceremony featured speaker Mary Sue Coleman, a former member of UK’s faculty
in the Department of Biochemistiy who is the 13th president of the University of
Michigan.
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