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Stephen-KarenConn Says: Alex Nemzek Fieldhouse, also called Nemzek Hall, is the largest building on the MSU Moorhead campus. This was the site for graduation exercises we attended on May 14. The facility is probably best known to most people as the venue for home basketball games played by the MSUM...
Stephen-KarenConn Says: Named for the first president of the school, Livingston Lord Library sits in the center of the MSUM campus. It is a state-of-the-art resource center that is open every day and most evenings when school is in session. Through the interlibrary loan system virtually any book in...
The Dragon Express, patterned after a Silverton Northern narrow gauge steam engine, is a special vehicle built by University employees in the shop at MSU Moorhead. In this picture it is unloading graduation day guests which have been shuttled from distant parking lots. The Dragon Express is also used to generate school spirit at sports events, and for public reations purposes as it travels to parades, fairs, other schools, and special events.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Every College or University is a place where customs and traditions abound, but none is more exciting or meaningful than graduation day. This picture was taken following graduation exercises on May 14, 2004.
On the left is William Harold (Hank) Crenshaw of Detroit Lakes, MN, who graduated SUMMA CUM LAUDE with a B.S. degree in mass communications. Hank is a 20 year U.S. Navy veteran who returned to school after retiring from his service in the military.
On the right is Hank's proud wife, Joni Baldwin-Crenshaw, who just happens to be Karen's sister, and a Professor of Special Education at the University. Family and friends came from as far away as Ohio, Kentucky and Arizona for this special occasion.
Updated Jul 8, 2004