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Commencement 2010 in Pictures

May 18, 2010

On May 12, nearly 15,000 members of NYU’s Class of 2010 celebrated the completion of their degree on the same field that the New York Yankees clinched their 27th World Series title last November.

This is the third consecutive year that the Yankees have welcomed NYU on Commencement day. President John Sexton and Board of Trustees Chairman Martin Lipton presided over the event in which graduates joined an alumni community that now totals more than 380,000 worldwide.

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Celebrating Commencement 2010 at Yankee Stadium

2010 graduates join an alumni community that now totals more than 380,000 worldwide.


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