Northern Class of 2014 graduates
Graduating students pack the Armory Gym Saturday for the Eighty-Third Commencement at Montana State University-Northern.
Montana State University-Northern's class of 2014 took the stage Saturday to receive the diplomas they have worked for in their time at the university.
Denise Juneau, Montana's state superintendent of public instruction, was the speaker at the ceremony.
"You are graduating from a very special place," Juneau said.
Juneau reminded the soon-to-be graduates to "always remember where you came from" and to remember who helped them along their way as they advanced through their education.
She urged the 303 graduating students to stay true to themselves and do well on whatever path they take from graduation on.
"Your personal integrity can never be taken from you," Juneau said. " ... Have the courage to trust your own moral compass."
Juneau talked about the opportunities ahead of the graduates and how they should seize them.
"I urge you to take your education and do something with it," she said.
MSU-Northern Chancellor James Limbaugh spoke of how proud he was of the students who at...
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