Monday, May 12, 2008

What We Liked Best About the Commencement

What Jack and I liked best about the commencement at AU (outside of seeing Jeanine walk across the stage to get her diploma and shake hands) was seeing and listening to the American University MacMillian Scottish Bagpipe Band lead the processional and recessional of graduates and faculty. It was like a bit of old Scotland in D.C. In this photo you see the seven bagpipers up on the commencement platform and the six drummers below the platform. Jeanine's cohort in the School of Cummunications was #16 so that is why in some of the photos of the previous post you see the number 16 on the graduation caps. One girl also added to her cap Baby On Board since she was pregnant and another added Marines since she is a Marine officer.

Go to the following link to hear the Scottish bagpipers:


Dickie said...

Wonderful! I was just sorry it wasn't longer! Must have been something to hear and then see your daughter graduate!


Salty said...

Congratulations on your daughter's graduation. It looks like it was a spectacular affair!

Thanks so much for your visits to Country Captures and your nice comments about the Hummingbird Moth.

jeanine said...

Your tech savvy never ceases to amaze me!! Thanks for posting the video.

Wanda said...

How special ~~ I do love bagpipes!!

fishing guy said...

J&J: That music helps to add to the fun of her graduation.