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Montgomery Library, Chowing Patio, popular today

2013-05-03 - Montgomery Library, 116 University Drive - Photo by Linda Waggener, CU. Campbellsville University's Montgomery Library, at left, both inside and out, is a popular place today as families gather on campus for the Master's Commencement at 7pmET, in Ransdell Chapel and the dinner before it. Undergraduate commencement is scheduled for tomorrow starting at 9amET, in Powell Athletic Center. The Schools of Nursing and Education as well as the Carver School of Social Work and Counseling have had pinning ceremonies last night and today. The setting in the photo is looking in from Hoskins Street down the Maple Trail onto the Chowning Patio. It is one of several new areas developed across campus for the comfort and convenience of students. (Photo by Linda Waggener)
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