Bruce ’74 and Carol Angiolillo to Serve as Honorary Co-Marshals at Amherst College Commencement May 25

Submitted by Caroline J. Hanna

May 16, 2008
Contact: Caroline Jenkins Hanna
Director of Media Relations
413/542-8417


AMHERST, Mass.—Bruce ’74 and Carol Angiolillo of Old Greenwich, Conn., will serve as Honorary Co-Marshals at Amherst College’s commencement exercises on Sunday, May 25.

Celebrating Commencement with On-Campus Parties

Graduating seniors, their families and friends, are welcome to host Commencement celebrations utilizing our outdoor campus space during Commencement Weekend. The tent/space reservation request process for Commencement 2016 will open on November 2. There is no charge for using campus space, although it must be approved through the Events Office. Early applications for space cannot be considered.

To hold on-campus parties at Amherst College, the following procedure should be followed:

Harold F. Still ’44 Receives Eminent Service Medal from Amherst College

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Amherst College Will Honor High-School Teachers on Commencement Weekend

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Amherst Professor Is Truly a Self-Made Academic

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