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Minot State Celebrates 100th Graduating Class

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Several thousand people packed the Dome on the Minot State Campus for the 2014 Commencement Ceremony.

It was an exciting morning for MSU's 100th graduating class. More than 565 students walked across the stage to accept their diplomas. Speakers included student Lindsey Nelson, who graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders and the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Conrad Davidson, who gave the keynote address impersonating Minot State's first President Arthur Crane.

And students, family and friends heard from Dr. David Fuller, who was celebrating his last commencement ceremony as Minot State's 10th president.

We'd like to say congratulations and good luck to Minot State's 2014 graduating class.

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