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Hammond, who received his master’s degree in criminology from ISU in May, has been accepted into a doctoral program at Washington State University.

Allison Lence, Melissa Greiman and Haley Hall stand proudly by their finished work.

Kaitlynn Goekler shoveled mulch to improve the garden for Horse Shoe Equine Rescue.

Kaitlynn Goekler shoveled mulch to improve the garden for Horse Shoe Equine Rescue.

State Life

The carnival gives students an opportunity to learn more about ISU’s fraternities and sororities.

State Life

Students and members of Greek life interact and introduce each other and their organizations.

About 1,900 students graduated during Spring Commencement.

A teary-eyed graduate blows a kiss to a loved one.

Smiling students line up to receive their degrees.

A graduate proudly displays her diploma while standing next to ISU President Daniel Bradley.