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Northern Kentucky University Spring 2009 Undergraduate Commencement (from a Graduate’s perspective)

First of all, I have been away for a long time since I had to take some time to graduate.  These few weeks after commencement, I have been trying to recover from an erratic sleep pattern.  I am currently working on a new media project with the NKU Community Connections Department in their transition into the digital age.  Of course, they already have a website, but it has to get redesigned by NKU IT.  On top of that, I’ve done lots of research on email marketing for our e-newsletter as well as social media.  All of those things will be in another post.

Now  three weeks after the NKU 2009 Spring Commencement, I wanted to show you a few pictures that I took during the whole process.  I had classmates who gave me a hard time for having my camera, but I can’t imagine such an experience without my camera.

Here is my attempt to take a picture while walking through the line.  I tried to take a picture of me shaking Dean Perry's hand.  However, the camera was in my opposite shooting had.  I know, I should have tilted the camera up.
Here is my attempt to take a picture while walking through the line. I tried to take a picture of me shaking Dean Perry's hand. However, the camera was in my opposite shooting had. I know, I should have tilted the camera up.
The Northerner's Editor-in-Chief Matt Birkholtz sat in the row in front of me.  He was actually on assignment tweeting on twitter for the university during the commencement.  In this picture, Birkholtz looks to be up at the large projector.
The Northerner's Editor-in-Chief Matt Birkholtz sat in the row in front of me. He was actually on assignment tweeting on twitter for the university during the commencement. In this picture, Birkholtz looks to be up at the large projector.

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