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April 17, 2012 - Image 11

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Tuesday, April17, 2012
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raduation
As we step through the doors of the Big House on the 28th, we look back
that Friday discussion. To cafeteria trays stolen for sledding in the Arb. T
back to passions discovered and lessons learned. We leave Michigan as S
easy. There were moments when the stress of school was too much, and
2012. Yet we know we are not alone. With the largest alumni network in
may no longer be undergraduates, the memories made in our college tow
town that will remain rooted in our hearts long after we've received our
continue to welcome us back in the years to come. And when we look ba

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Saturday, April 28, 2012
. We look back to times spent lounging on the Diagwith friends, avoiding
o a historic election that, for a time, enveloped the entire campus. We look
ugar Bowl champions, and with top-tier degrees in hand. But it wasn't
the weak economic climate cast a shadow over the graduating class of
the country, the Leaders and the Best span from coast to coast. Though we
vn transcend the classroom, the athletic field and the dorm room. It's the
degrees. These streets and buildings have been our home, and they will
ck on our college years we can say, "I did it all. I did it all in Ann Arbor."

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