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Tom Osborne speaking at undergraduate commencement

Here’s to you, Lincoln! Thanks for the best four years!

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Cheers to 4 years of Nebraska! My time here has been nothing short of amazing. Thank you to my friends, family and Alpha Xi Delta who made it some of the best 4 years.

I’m excited to announce that I will be headed to Indiana University in the fall to get my Masters in School Psychology. Go Hoosiers but GBR always

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Thank you to my family, friends, classmates, and mentors for all of the support you've given me in the last 6 years. I couldn't have done it without you!

Ashley Glesinger, College of Architecture
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Graduating from Nebraska gave me the opportunity to achieve all my goals. Not only did I learn the fundamentals of engineering, but I gained the leadership skills necessary to take my career to the next level.

Jessica Lee, College of Engineering
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As a first generation graduate student, graduating means that I will have paved a path for future of other women like me who are navigating the paths of higher education. It means the start of individually using my education to create and implement leadership development opportunities for individuals, businesses, communities, etc.

Samantha Guenther, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
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You are not expected to heal the world, but neither are you allowed to abstain from helping when you can. Only your dreams will set your boundaries. I challenge you to be daring. Know yourself and be true to your inner voice.

Barbara Hendricks, Operatic Soprano and Concert Singer

Life update: I am graduating next weekend (crazy!) and I have recently accepted a position working for a company that has helped my dream of playing college basketball come true. I am so excited to start in June working as a Customer Success Manager at Hudl! I couldn’t be more grateful for this opportunity.

Here’s to the next chapter in life!

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It’s the big day #DoctorWho #NebraskaChemistry #GoBigGrad

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Kalen N. Frericks, JD

Still can’t ask me for legal advice tho lol

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The best thing about being Husker is the connections that can be made. Each connection made with another student, friend, or professor will really make you feel welcome as a Husker.

Abbey Lutz , College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
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