Commencement, June 8, 1953 (Part 2)
Bunn, Edward B. (Edward Bernard), 1896-
McGrath, Brian A.
Yates, Gerard F.
McNally, Paul A.
Fegan, Hugh J.
Rault, C. V.
Fadner, Frank L.
Angela Marie, Sister
Begins during the remarks of President Edward B. Bunn, S.J. This is followed by the reading of the Charter by Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Brian A. McGrath, S.J., the presentation of the Medal of Merit to Charles M. Williams, C 1934, the reading of honorary degrees citations in Latin for Carlton Hayes, Francis C. Nash, and Frederick B. Sitterding, Jr., the presentation of candidates for degrees in course in Arts and Sciences by Dean Brian A. McGrath, S.J., in Graduate Studies by Dean Gerard F. Yates, S.J., in Medicine by Dean Paul A. McNally, S.J., in Law by Dean Hugh J. Fegan, S.J., in Dental Surgery by Dean C.V. Rault, in Foreign Service by Executive Assistant to the Regent Frank L. Fadner, S.J., and in Nursing by Dean Sister Angela Marie, S.C.N., and the presentation of candidates for commissions in the Officers Corps of the Armed Forces of the United States.
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