WSU Seniors to Graduate May 8. HBC to Carry Commencement Ceremonies Live

Posted by HBC Newsdesk April 29, 2015

More than 1100 students will participate in the Winona State University Spring 2015 Commencement ceremonies Friday, May 8, in McCown Gymnasium in Memorial Hall on the Winona campus.

The commencement ceremonies are broadcast live on HBC TV 25 with coverage beginning at 9:00 a.m. The morning ceremony will begin at 9:30 a.m. and include the College of Business and the College of Liberal Arts. The afternoon ceremony will begin at 2 p.m. and include the College of Education, the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, and the College of Science and Engineering. HBC’s broadcast on channel 25 will begin at 1:30 p.m.

HBC TV 25 will also rebroadcast the ceremonies back-to-back beginning at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 9, and on Sunday, May 10, with the morning ceremony airing at 6 p.m. and the afternoon ceremony at 10 p.m.

A live streaming feed of each ceremony is available at:

ITV viewing locations will be available on the Winona campus in the Integrated Wellness Complex, room 143, and Harriet Johnson Auditorium in Somsen Hall. Rochester campus ITV location will be in the Science and Technology building, room 112.

Winona State University has also announced the spring 2015 Commencement processional banner carriers.

The students honored as processional banner carriers are top-ranking juniors and will carry the banners of their respective colleges during the Commencement ceremonies. Cosette Kaster, a Business Administration/Global Studies major from Hewitt, Wis., will lead the Commencement processional with the WSU banner at the morning ceremony. Madeline Christensen, a nursing major from Shoreview, Minn., will lead the processional at the afternoon ceremony.

Also carrying banners are: Xin Zhou, a finance major from Jiangxi province, China, College of Business; Ryan Bigalk, criminal justice/law enforcement major from Harmony, Minn., College of Liberal Arts; Cara Stemper, a elementary education major from Caledonia, Minn., College of Education; Carli Wojcik, a nursing major from Saint Michael, Minn., College of Nursing and Health Sciences; Hok-Lam Ou-Yong, a Computer Science major from Hong Kong, China, College of Science and Engineering.

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