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    Commencement honored social activist David Mixner, Jordanian businessman Raouf Abujaber, and alumnus Charles Downs. The seniors also heard comedy from Class Speaker Rachel Dilliplane and a greeting from President-elect Sheila Bair.
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    Rankine’s latest book, Citizen: An American Lyric, was the first-year read assigned to members of the Class of 2019. In a public event September 10, she will read from her work and discuss the themes of race and identity she explores so powerfully and honestly in her writing.
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    A new teak bench on Cater Walk and a found-metal sculpture of an osprey returning to the nest now enhance the campus landscape in appreciation of Jay Griswold’s service as interim president.
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    The free noontime concert on Friday, September 4, will offer music by Trusheim’s Frequency Exchange quintet, whose lively mix includes influences from funk to folk.
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    The four-alarm fire that destroyed most of the leased building at 515 Washington Avenue will cause IT and Business Office staffers to relocate to other spaces on campus but will not interrupt services.
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