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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.
Graduation cap that says: "Everyone deserves a voice. Thanks Mom & Dad."
BRIAN PERSINGER

Graduation cap that says: "Montani Semper Liberi."
M.G. ELLIS

Graduation cap that says: "She Designed A Life She Loves."
M.G. ELLIS

Graduation cap with WVU 150th anniversary logo.
BRIAN PERSINGER

Graduation cap that reads: "Oh the place you'll go, but country roads will take me home."
BRIAN PERSINGER

Graduation cap that reads: "Words are our most inexhaustible source of magic."
M.G. ELLIS

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