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This is no ordinary graduating class. The Spring 2021 graduating class is made up of leaders, scholars, trailblazers, veterans and heroes.
No matter what they are individually, they are collectively part of an established family.
All of them can now say they’re a #BamaGrad.
Saturday May 1st, 2021.8:30 a.m. CDT: College of Arts and Sciences I ( A - K )
In the case of Carlisle Washburne, an Honors College student majoring in biology with a double minor in psychology and global and cultural perspectives from Hattiesburg, Mississippi, her walk across the stage May 1 in Coleman Coliseum will be the continuation of a legacy that started in 1834.
After four separate enrollments at The University of Alabama that have spanned a total of 20 years, the 42-year-old interdisciplinary studies major will indeed be the first person in her immediate family to graduate with a bachelor’s degree at UA’s spring commencement.
For LaDarryl Banks, being a nurse is more than caring for individual patients — it’s about serving the community. Banks will graduate from The University of Alabama’s Capstone College of Nursing RN Mobility (RN to BSN) program in May.
Like it was yesterday, Destiny McFall remembers the day she was dropped off at a foster family at age 8 with more questions than possessions, more hurt than hope. This semester, McFall graduates from The University of Alabama with a master’s degree in social work after earning her bachelor’s degree in the same field from UA a year ago.