Back

180608 VU MACE 2.jpg

180608 VU MACE 2.jpg

Thumbnail Uploaded by Vickie Puffer, 6/8/18 1:48 PM
Average (0 Votes)
PHOTO 1 - Students in the Product Design and Production Processes program at Vincennes University turned a class project into a lasting legacy for VU by creating a new ceremonial mace. From left, Colton Newton of Winslow, Colton Harrison of Sullivan, Hunter Hirshman of Evansville, Noah Mayer of Evansville, Matthew Perry of Loogootee, Patrick Abrahamson of West Lafayette, Jackson Neeley of Decatur, Layne Jones of Evansville, and Brandon Hembree of Loogootee. Not pictured is Troy Kunkel of Indianapolis. The mace traditionally leads the academic procession at commencement and on other special ceremonial occasions and signifies that the proceedings have official sanction. ###

PHOTO 2 - Vincennes University’s new ceremonial mace, standing to the left of the podium, was created by 10 second-year students in VU’s Product Design and Production Processes program. Pictured is VU President Chuck Johnson, addressing graduates at commencement on the Vincennes Campus on April 28. ###
Tags: commencement student mace legacy
Preview