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Collin Cantrell, doctor of pharmacy graduate, shows off his degree to onlooking friends and family at Spring Commencement Services.
5/17/14 - Collin Cantrell, doctor of pharmacy graduate, shows off his degree to onlooking friends and family at Spring Commencement Services. (ID: 23557) - Emily Stookey - X-Large Version

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John Paul Roney of Boom Forest sings at a Barefoots Joe concert. - Photo by Meg Rushing
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John Paul Roney of Boom Forest sings at a Barefoots Joe concert. - Meg Rushing
Boom Forest opens for Cereus Bright at a Barefoots Joe concert. - Photo by Meg Rushing
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Boom Forest opens for Cereus Bright at a Barefoots Joe concert. - Meg Rushing
Hitoshi Yamaguchi accompanies Boom Forest at a Barefoots Joe concert. - Photo by Meg Rushing
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Hitoshi Yamaguchi accompanies Boom Forest at a Barefoots Joe concert. - Meg Rushing
Faculty member of the year, Hal Poe, Chuck Colson professor of faith and culture, speaks in the G. M. Savage Memorial Chapel. - Photo by Emily Stookey
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Faculty member of the year, Hal Poe, Chuck Colson professor of faith and culture, speaks in the G. M. Savage Memorial Chapel. - Emily Stookey
Hal Poe, Chuck Colson professor of faith and culture, speaks on the downfall of the 20th century during chapel. - Photo by Emily Stookey
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Hal Poe, Chuck Colson professor of faith and culture, speaks on the downfall of the 20th century during chapel. - Emily Stookey
Hal Poe, Chuck Colson professor of faith and culture, gives the first sermon in the Faculty of the Year series in the G. M. Savage Memorial Chapel. - Photo by Emily Stookey
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Hal Poe, Chuck Colson professor of faith and culture, gives the first sermon in the Faculty of the Year series in the G. M. Savage Memorial Chapel. - Emily Stookey
Students open chapel with song before Hal Poe, Chuck Colson professor of faith and culture, gives the first sermon in the Faculty of the Year series in the G. M. Savage Memorial Chapel. - Photo by Emily Stookey
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Students open chapel with song before Hal Poe, Chuck Colson professor of faith and culture, gives the first sermon in the Faculty of the Year series in the G. M. Savage Memorial Chapel. - Emily Stookey
Cody Curtis, assistant resident director for the male quads, plays piano and leads the congregation in a song at the beginning of chapel. - Photo by Emily Stookey
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Cody Curtis, assistant resident director for the male quads, plays piano and leads the congregation in a song at the beginning of chapel. - Emily Stookey
Renee Jones, associate director of the Vocatio Center for Life Calling and Career, speaks to students about career paths after college at the Backpack to Briefcase: Résumé Writing and Interviewing Skills Seminar. - Photo by MiKalla Cotton
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Renee Jones, associate director of the Vocatio Center for Life Calling and Career, speaks to students about career paths after college at the Backpack to Briefcase: Résumé Writing and Interviewing Skills Seminar. - MiKalla Cotton
Renee Jones, Associate Director of the Vocatio Center, speaks at the Backpack to Briefcase: Résumé Writing and Interviewing Skills Seminar in classroom A-7 of the PAC - Photo by MiKalla Cotton
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Renee Jones, Associate Director of the Vocatio Center, speaks at the Backpack to Briefcase: Résumé Writing and Interviewing Skills Seminar in classroom A-7 of the PAC - MiKalla Cotton
Trillia Newbell, Consultant on Women’s Initiatives for the SBC Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, speaks about diversity in chapel. - Photo by MiKalla Cotton
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Trillia Newbell, Consultant on Women’s Initiatives for the SBC Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, speaks about diversity in chapel. - MiKalla Cotton
Trillia Newbell, Consultant on Women’s Initiatives for the SBC Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, speaks to students in chapel. - Photo by MiKalla Cotton
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Trillia Newbell, Consultant on Women’s Initiatives for the SBC Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, speaks to students in chapel. - MiKalla Cotton

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