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April 20, 2010 - Image 11

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The Daily bids fond farewell to the
University's 2010 graduating seniors
To the honorable class of 2010: Fortunately, the Daily has provided this handy insert
to ensure that you never forget your University days.
When you first set foot on the University of Michigan From Obama's election-night flash mob on the Diag to
campus as sweet young freshmen in August 2006, Pluto Obama's commencement-day address in the Big House,
had just lost its planethood and the Tigers were World from the statewide legalization of medicinal marijuana to
Series contenders. You swiped your M-Card, those ivy- the campus-wide ban on smoking, it's been an eventful
covered gates closed behind you and the real worldbecame four years.
but a memory. Now, after four Ohio State games, eight We hope that you've enjoyed every last late-night BTB
Greenwood Block Parties and countless "vomit comet" run. We hope that skipping Orgo lecture for 4/20 was
Bursley bus rides, your time as University of Michigan worth it. We hope those walks of shame weren't too shame-
undergraduates is running out. You're about to graduate, ful and those keg stands didn't take too long to recover
or "commence" as they say in some circles, which means from. We hope you led and bested like the leaders and best
you're ready to go back out there and conquer the world ... that you are.
or something. Now go out there and do the Maize and Blue proud!

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