Archive | December, 2010


11 Dec
2010 FSU Fall Graduation
Masters of Information and Library Sciences
Friday, Dec 10, 2010, 7:30-9:45 PM
Tallahassee Leon County Civic Center
Tallahassee, FL 32306

The Florida State University 2010 Fall Commencement Ceremony for Masters in Information and Library Sciences (and others) was held on Friday, Dec 10, 2010 between 7:30 and 9:30 PM at Leon County Civic Center in Tallahassee, FL.
Bhanu, VTS, and I along with others arrived around 6:15 PM at Civic Center and the weather was brisk and cold in mid fifties. Bhanu had to leave early and stay with the graduates. We were then let inside around 6:25 PM and we went and sat in the section named ‘P’ close to the Masters candidate area.

At 7:30 the program began with Processional “Pomp and Circumstance” which was followed by Professor Eric Barron, President of FSU’s welcome speech, address by FSU student body President Dustin Daniels. The commencement speaker was Professor Thomas Joiner, FSU, Dept Psychology who spoke about the importance of staying connected to other people.

Then the undergraduates were conferred their degrees and each everyone went to the stage to accept it. Following undergraduates, Masters and Ph.D candidates were conferred their degrees in their chosen field of study. Then they all went and accepted their degrees in person. Each Dean from the their respective colleges shook the candidates hand first and the President congratulated the candidates. There were photos and video of the program.

Finally around 9:45 PM the program ended with singing of Garnet Gold Hymn.”

Winter Festival and Tally TKD

4 Dec

Winter Festival and Tally TKD

Saturday, December 04, 2010

Tallahassee, FL

This evening members of Tallahassee Taekwondo ( participated in the Tallahassee Winter Festival. They were given the slot number 25 and all members walked the one mile long parade route from Virginia Street to Gaines Street. They distributed candy-canes people and demonstrated some taekwondo skills.

The weather was good in mid 50s and even though it was expected to go to mid 40s with no wind it was perfect climate for walking.