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COMMENCEMENT Commencement Lindsey Wilson capped off its largest graduating class in the college’s 114-year history on May 13 at the 2017 spring commencement ceremony held before a record crowd of over 3,000 guests. The college awarded a total of 282 undergraduate and graduate degrees during the college’s 105th commencement. Combined with the degrees awarded at last winter’s commencement ceremony, the Lindsey Wilson Class of 2017 was a record 689 students. To put Lindsey Wilson’s growth in perspective, the college awarded 312 degrees in 2003-04, the last year it held only one commencement ceremony. In her spring commencement address, Kentucky Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton told the graduates to “pray for guidance” in their careers. “My life is a life unplanned,” said Hampton. “If your life doesn’t go as you planned it’s truly okay. However, take the time to see the opportunity. It may not look like you thought it would look, but it’s there. Find the blessings and pray for guidance. Don’t wait decades before you start praying for guidance, because once I started doing that, that’s how I was lead to become Lt. Governor. And find something to be thankful for every day.” A.J. Robinson of Vine Grove, Ky., claps in celebration as he and his peers are named official graduates of Lindsey Wilson College at the 2017 spring commencement ceremony. 2 | LINDSEY WILSON COLLEGE | CORNERSTONE

COMMENCEMENT Kentucky Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton delivers the commencement address to the largest graduating class in Lindsey Wilson history during spring commencement ceremony in Biggers Sports Center. The college awarded 282 undergraduate and graduate degrees, named three honorary doctorate recipients and recognized 12 members of the Golden Alumni Class of 1967. LEFT: Twelve new members were inducted into the Golden Alumni Society (Class of 1967). RIGHT: Lindsey Wilson College named three honorary doctorate recipients during spring commencement. Director of Library Services Phil Hanna, Kentucky Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton and Sue Coomer who recently retired as college registrar after 46 years of service at the college, are flanked by President William T. Luckey Jr., far left, and LWC Trustee Jerry McCandless. LEFT: Members of the Lindsey Wilson College Senior Class Council pose with President William T. Luckey Jr. at the annual senior banquet after presenting the 2017 senior class gift of $2,298.30. RIGHT: Somerset (Ky.) Community College President Jo Marshall was the keynote speaker at the college’s 2016 winter commencement ceremony. The college awarded 407 degrees during the ceremony held on December 10. Lindsey Wilson presented Marshall with an honorary doctorate degree. The college also bestowed posthumously an honorary doctorate to long-time LWC employee Nancy Sinclair of Summersville, Ky., who passed away in November 2016 after a long illness. Sinclair’s daughter Amy Thompson-Wells ’99 accepted the degree on her behalf. 3 | LINDSEY WILSON COLLEGE | CORNERSTONE

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