TWU Graduation Expressions

TWU capIn irrepressible fashion, TWU new graduates brought fun, humor and personal messages to the 2013 Spring Commencement ceremonies via the artwork found atop the mortarboards. 

In six Spring 2013 Commencement ceremonies held May 10-12, Texas Woman’s University graduated more than 1,800 students into alumni status.  For many in attendance at the ceremonies the “mortar board art” expressed by the students atop their regalia was an interesting and entertaining side attraction to all the pomp and circumstance. 

Here are a sampling of the types of expressions.  Thanks to TWU Associate V.P. of Enrollment Services, Gary Ray for capturing these images as the graduates paraded into Pioneer Hall for the ceremonies.  Vote for your favorites!  Keep scrolling down to see all.

 

A noble profession

A noble profession

                                                                 

Love my school

Love my school

Very fashionable

Very fashionable

Thanks mom

Thanks mom

   

Get right to the point
Get right to the point

 

On to the classroom

On to the classroom

 Pretty and pink

Very elaborate

Very elaborate

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Director of Alumni Relations, Texas Woman's University, Denton, Dallas and Houston Texas
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2 Responses to TWU Graduation Expressions

  1. Di says:

    Creative, clever graduates. Hire them indeed!!

  2. Cheryl Gee says:

    Mortar board art ~ so creative! I shared a link about this at my blog:

    http://www.thestylishstudio.com/2013/06/share-link-love-fourth-of-july.html#.Uc5KSico6dM

    Cheryl Gee, TWU Graduate, MLS, 210

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