Issue 66 – May/June 2017


Commencement 2017 is coming

It’s a day unlike any other at Manchester University. Commencement is a day of achievement, of recognition, of celebration and of family. It’s a day when Manchester sends people of ability and conviction to serve the wider world. This year’s date is May 20. Don’t miss it! Read more here.
Oak tree

Sculpture going up on campus

Manchester is known for its awe-inspiring oak trees rooted throughout campus. At commencement, graduates are given an oak tree that symbolizes their growth and resiliency. Now a new focal point is coming to campus as an enduring reminder of Manchester's relationship with the mighty oak. Mark Krucke, a Florida artist, is creating a 12-foot bronze oak leaf that will adorn the north side of the Mall outside Cordier Auditorium. Read more here.

On the subject of Oak Leaves ...

Aspiring young journalists at Manchester University don’t just report the news, it turns out. Sometimes they make it. Oak Leaves, the student newspaper, recently won nine state awards at the 2017 Indiana Collegiate Press Association contest. Read more here.
20140701_raylenerospond-1 Rospond assumes new role

Raylene Rospond, who came to Manchester University in 2014 and guided the Pharmacy Program through the accreditation process and development of the nation’s first master’s program in pharmacogenomics, has been named vice-president of academic affairs. Read more here.
Dates you should know

Manchester Symphony Orchestra Spring Concert  


Mother’s Day Choral Concert  


Spring Semester Final Exams


Commencement 2017 


Alumni Days


Summer Session 1 classes begin

25Spring grades available on Gateway
Find more MU events on our Campus Calendar.

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