Around 180 seniors gathered with friends and family at Nicholas Martin Hall for the spring 2018 robing ceremony. Robing began at 11 a.m. and was followed by an after party at Lou’s Place.

Dean of Freshmen Success Joe Brown announces the names of the students and the professor robing them.
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Senior music majors Daniel Hernandez and Mary Grim get robed together.
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Senior sociology major Laura Velazquez (left) is robed by Dr. Alison Simons.
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Senior history major Clark Williams is robed by Dr. Christopher Ohan.
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Senior English major Ann Levy (looking down) receives a gift while being robed.
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Senior music major Luis Calderon (left) hugs Dr. Jerome Bierschenk.
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Seniors line up to exit to the left of the stage after their robing.
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Dr. Cary Adkinson gives senior criminal justice major Silas Sheek a gift.
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Dr. Michelle Payne robes senior political science major Tristeza Ordex-Ramirez.
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Graduating seniors walk outside of Nicholas Martin Hall after the robing ceremony.
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Senior political science major Andrea Upadhyay (right) hugs junior sociology major Yonatzin Cardoso.
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Senior political science major Andrea Upadhyay talks with friends after the robing ceremony.
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Senior mass communication Sarah Owens hugs Dr. Kay Colley, associate professor of mass communication, after robing.
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Mortar Board members sold flowers and bears that parents and friends could purchase for their graduating senior.
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Psi Chi officers work to pre-sell DVDs of graduation outside of Nicholas Martin Hall.
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Senior political science and English major Zahraa Saheb (left) talks with senior English major Matt Smith (right) at the after party at Lou’s Place.
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Hannah Onder

Hannah Onder is a junior mass communication major at Texas Wesleyan. As editor-in-chief of The Rambler, Hannah is passionate about mentoring fellow writers and guiding our staff with a strong vision and an open heart. Hannah came to Wesleyan and The Rambler in the fall of 2016 with an extensive background in both journalism and editorial work after serving three years as editor-in-chief for her high school yearbook staff.

In her spare time, Hannah enjoys studying mythology, reading fiction, and sketching landscapes. She currently draws editorial cartoons for The Rambler as well.

Amidst all of her activities both professional and personal, she says that storytelling is what keeps her grounded.

“Storytelling is something that I carry throughout all facets of my life.”

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