IU Bloomington Winter Commencement

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IU Bloomington candidates for graduation process into Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall during winter commencement.
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IU Bloomington’s degree candidates stand as the procession continues to makes its way into Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Approximately 2,015 degrees were awarded to 1,933 IU Bloomington students during 2016 winter commencement.
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IU Bloomington Class of 2016 takes a seat as the ceremony begins. The oldest graduate was 66, and the youngest was 20. The most numerous degree to be granted was Bachelor of Arts, and psychology was the most common major for the B.A. recipients.
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IU President Michael A. McRobbie (right) watches as Linda Greenhouse, the commencement speaker, is presented with the doctoral hood. Greenhouse, a Joseph Goldstein Lecturer in Law and Knight Distinguished Journalist-in-Resident at Yale Law School, is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who spent 40 years at “The New York Times.” She was selected as the winter commencement speaker.
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IU President Michael A. McRobbie presents Linda Greenhouse with the honorary doctorate in humane letters.
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Linda Greenhouse delivers the commencement address.
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IU Bloomington graduates watch the jumbo screen in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall during winter commencement.
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IU President Michael A. McRobbie delivers his commencement address.
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An IU Bloomington graduate celebrates as his school is called to stand during winter commencement.
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An IU Bloomington graduate moves his tassel to the left, reflecting his status as a graduate during the winter commencement ceremony.