Nashua’s Rivier University awards 544 degrees at Sunday’s socially-distanced commencement in Manchester
By Michelle Marrone - Contributor | Aug 17, 2020
A Rivier University graduate was one of many who decorated their mortar board caps with quotes or illustrations at the Nashua school's 85th commencement Sunday.
A wide photo of Northeast Delta Dental Stadium in Manchester shows social distancing between Rivier University graduates as well as spectators to turned out for the school's 85th commencement on Sunday.
Rivier University graduates sit at least 6 feet from each other during the Nashua school's 85th commencement, held at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium in Manchester.
Hope Cataldo, a North Haverill resident, was the undergraduate student speaker at Rivier University's 85th commencement on Sunday. She earned a B.A. in elementary education.
Rivier University seniors spend a few moments chatting before the start of Sunday's commencement exercises, held with appropriate mask-wearing and social distancing measures at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium in Manchester.
Student speaker Hope Cataldo, a resident of North Haverhill, holds up her disploma for photos after receiving it during Rivier University's 85th commencement on Sunday. Cataldo earned a B.A. in elementary education.
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