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The demand to attend the North West's first apprenticeship graduation is extremely high, and Liverpool City Region apprentices just have today to register for the pioneering ceremony.
Aberystwyth University said it received income from other firms providing services such as photography and gown hire during graduations.
New Graduation ensembles feature all the party supplies needed to make any graduation day celebration a breeze.
Summary: DUBAI - Heriot-Watt University held its annual graduation ceremony to confer 270 undergraduate and postgraduate students with their degrees and mark the completion of their educational programmes.
Graduations are a serious event and the students who got that far did it with a lot of hard work and attention to detail.
Two Connecticut high schools said they will consider moving graduation ceremonies from a church to a secular location after receiving a letter from Americans United and the American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut.
A RIVER cruise company is looking to cash in on the region's graduation season by offering special celebration cruises to students and families.
Few can appreciate the growth of lavender graduations better than Sanlo.
As he prepared to walk onto Grant High School's graduation field Thursday, Cameron Harrison's mother had one simple word: ``Hallelujah
While Judge Presnell denied AU's request and permitted the ceremonies to commence, he did so only because, at that juncture, there was insufficient time to change the location of the graduations, which were scheduled for May 19, 20, and 21.
The large shape of this memoir involves five sections, each with a commencement, starting with Awkward's graduation from elementary school.
com, the leader in online advice for parents planning a graduation party with over 600,000 visitors per year, conducted a survey of recent graduation party planners across the United States.