GSC HONOR GRADS GATHER AT PRESIDENT'S HOME - 50-Year Graduates Are Friday Guests

By Drew Moody

Twenty-eight members of the Spring 2007 Glenville State College graduating class have earned high honors for their efforts. At a minimum they have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 (out of 4.0)

Glenville State College President Peter Barr and his wife, Betsy, hosted a small gathering at their home Tuesday evening in honor of the student's accomplishments.

President Barr presented the students with bright yellow sashes signifying the accomplishment. The sashes will be worn as part of the graduate's cap and gown attire during Saturday's graduation ceremonies. The program is slated to begin at 10 a.m. in the Jesse R. Lilly, Jr. Gymnasium.

Students, parents and invited guests enjoyed
the informal gathering (Photos by Drew Moody)

Dr. John Taylor visits with honor graduate Lindsey Hines, who will graduate with a BA in Elementary Education, specializing in English 5-9. Lindsey graduated from Lewis County High School in 2003

50-Year Graduates are Friday Guests

As part of commencement week, Glenville State College is honoring its 50-year graduates - the Class of 1957.

Bus tours of the campus will be offered Friday afternoon. A reception is scheduled at 5:15 at the President's home, followed by a 6 p.m. dinner in the ballroom of the Alan B. Mollohan Campus and Community Center.

The Class of 1957 will be recognized during Saturday's commencement.