Articles tagged with: graduation

FHHS Graduation, revisted.…

Written on June 24, 2009 at 5:00 am, by

Hey, here’s a cou­ple of places to go to to see what grad­u­a­tion & the senior all-nighter looked like… Grad Night 2009 — Here’s the site (click here!) that details the evening after the cer­e­mo­ny was over, as the seniors rode the Pin­tail to Jones Island for a spell, back to the hyp­no­tist at the  Con­tin­ue Reading

Friday Harbor High graduates 48 Saturday night…

Written on June 16, 2009 at 1:21 pm, by

Click here to see pho­tos from the night.… Part of the deal is…we know each oth­er so well. Two thirds of the Class of 2009 at Fri­day Har­bor High School start­ed kinder­garten here on the island togeth­er, so we’ve all been around each oth­er for a long time. Vale­dic­to­ri­an Albert Strass­er shared his five things that make  Con­tin­ue Reading

Friday Harbor High Graduation — it’s 6pm on Saturday

Written on June 6, 2009 at 3:00 pm, by

I know you’ll be there, because the rest of the island will be, too… it’s one of the gath­er­ing of the tribe things we do around here. Fifty seniors will walk the stage in the cer­e­mo­ny which begins at 6pm at Turn­bull Gym. Trip down mem­o­ry lane: Here are gal­leries of the last two grad­u­a­tions —  Con­tin­ue Reading

Friday Harbor High Graduation — it’s 6pm on Saturday

Written on June 6, 2009 at 3:00 pm, by

I know you’ll be there, because the rest of the island will be, too… it’s one of the gath­er­ing of the tribe things we do around here. Fifty seniors will walk the stage in the cer­e­mo­ny which begins at 6pm at Turn­bull Gym. Trip down mem­o­ry lane: Here are gal­leries of the last two grad­u­a­tions —  Con­tin­ue Reading

ASU snubs Obama.…

Written on May 13, 2009 at 7:38 am, by

It’s near­ly grad­u­a­tion time here, and we all have grad­u­at­ing on our minds. As some­one who took some­thing like sev­en years to get out of col­lege, I have a place in my heart for peo­ple who don’t earn degrees quick­ly, or at all. Today, the Pres­i­dent gives the com­mence­ment address at Ari­zona State (Alice Coop­er is  Con­tin­ue Reading