Coming up on Saturday, December 10th, more than 2,300 summer graduates and winter candidates will be eligible to walk the stage at the Don Haskins Center, during The University of Texas at El Paso’s three Winter Commencement ceremonies.
It’s officially graduation season and the only advice I feel comfortable giving our newly graduated brethren is this; Enjoy life and always try and do what makes you happy BUT prepare to be humbled once or twice along the way (then get up and do it again anyway, just because you can).
UTEP sent out a surprise e-mail to students about the exciting changes made to the 2014 spring commencement ceremony, in honor of the Centennial Year. This may seem exciting for the university but not so much for the graduates.
The latter part of May into the early part of June is accompanied by all of the usual pomp and circumstance of high school graduation, where students across the nation are recognized and applauded for their accomplishments. Yet, what often goes unnoticed is the skilled craftsmanship of a senior pran…