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Graduation does not mark the end of
creativity and inspiration, as we can see in the
mortarboards atop the noggins of WVU’s Class
of 2017. Messages of love and appreciation and
personal statements about life’s journeys —
past, present and future — allow graduates to
tell the world their story. It’s all on their head.
Girls of all ages around Morgantown were asked to write down their dreams. Here is what they said.
When it comes to graduation caps, these kids know how it's done.
Each of these photos tell you what happens because of West Virginia University. In the darkest hours of the night. In the brilliance of dawn. At home. And abroad. Stay tuned as we add new photos.