The Cerem.onies The three Commencement Exercises in the Sports Arena featured a varied group of speakers. David H . P. Maybury-Lewis, the Harvard anthropologist who was narrator/ host of the acclaimed PBS series .. rvlillen1Ullt: Tubal VVi~JUHl AllJ Tl Lt Modern World," was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Science Degree from SUNY and spoke to the morning graduates. College

Ross Kenzie and David Maybury-Lewis

Council chair Ross B. Kenzie opened both morning and afternoon ceremonies and SUNY Trustee Nancy Nielson, M.D. addressed both groups. United Students' Government President Thomas J. Marron gave the

Patricia Marthone

Thomas Marron

Nancy N ielson

morning student address and USG Senator Patricia Marthone spoke in the afternoon. Also at the afternoon gathering, Opal McFarlane was awarded the President's Medal By BSC President F.C. Richardson. Graduate Degrees were conferred at a third ceremony in the late afternoon. Speakers included BSC Research Associate Joseph Murray and an address by Robert Schooley.

Opal McFarlane

F.C. Richardson

Robert Schooley

j oseph Murray


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