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- May 13, 2021 Newspaper Local students graduate from Cumberlands University of the Cum- berlands held commence- ment ceremonies this spring to- celebrate its newest graduates. Stu- dents in the Classof 2021 hailed from 40 states and territories as well as mul- tiple countries, including Canada, Gambia, India, Jamaica, Madagascar, Ser- bia, Spain, Taiwan, and Ukraine, among others. Graduates from the Class of 2020 were also able to participate in this year’s ceremonies. Cumberlands' newest graduates include the fol- lowing students from the local area: . Rebecca Thomas of OW- ingsville, who completed her Master of Business Administration Rayann Owens of Ow- ingsville, who completed her Bachelor of Applied Science in General Studies Rebeccah Reed of Olym- pia, who completed her Bachelor of Science in Hu- man Services Brandie Lawson of Frenchburg, who complet- ed her Bachelor Of Science in Nursing Cumberlands President Dr. Larry Cockrum gave his heartfelt congratula- tions to the students and offered them a few re- minders as they take their next step in life. "You will have a unique story to tell through- out your life about the circumstances of your senior year," Cockrum said. "How you respond to circumstances is more important, more defining, and more lasting than the circumstance itself. A]- ways remember that with hopefulness, with prepara- tion, and with the proper tools, We are all capable of a new and positive begin- ning. Find the joy in life. Life brings opportunities and obstacles. Pursue the opportunities, and be per- sistent and patient getting past the obstacles. Follow your heart, but use your head. Listen to the people around you, always look to learn, grow, and try new things, and laugh a lot." President Cockrum also took a moment to recog- nize the family and friends who had supported the graduates while they were taking classes, noting their "sacrifice, concern, and la- bor of love" that helped the graduates succeed. The university also hon- ored exemplary students during its undergraduate commencement ceremo- nies on April 30 and May 1, acknowledging the students' exceptional aca- demic performance, lead- ership, and character. Hutton Scholars include all undergraduate students who completed a minimum of 200 community service hours during their Cum- berlands career. The Class of 2021 had 31 Hutton Scholars and performed 30,935 hours of commu- nity service throughout their college careers. The Corporation for National and Community Services values volunteer work at $25.43 per hour, making this graduation class' total contribution to the com- munity $693,603. The administration also recognized students who had been accepted into the J.T. Vallandingham Scho- lastic Honor Society, the highest academic honor granted by Cumberlands. For acceptance, the stu- dents must have complet- ed 96 hours of coursework and maintained a cumula- tive GPA of 3.75. There were 64 students from the Class of 2021 inducted into . the honor society. The university thanks this spring's graduates for their lasting, positive in- fluence on Cumberlands' campus and the commu- nihy 4.... J Class of 2021 scholars and award winners on a job well done. From everyone at Uni- versity of the Cumber- lands, congratulations, Class of 2021! 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