Gen. Mark Milley ’80, chief of staff of the Army, joins in the celebration of graduating seniors after addressing the joint commissioning ceremony of the Army and Naval ROTC programs June 5. From left are 2nd Lts. Samuel Rob and Michael Markulec, Milley, 2nd Lt. Natalie Fahlberg, Ensign Christina Onianwa, and 2nd Lt. Theodore Waldron. Not shown is 2nd Lt. Matthew Giannotti. Onianwa is the first student to participate all four years in Naval ROTC since it was reinstated in 2014.

Sameer A. Khan

Sarah-Jane Leslie *07, dean of the Graduate School, has a word with Benjamin and Leonardo Cardenas Chávez after their mother, doctoral candidate in music Ireri Elizabeth Chávez Bárcenas *18, received her hood during the hooding ceremony on Cannon Green June 4. “Your hood signifies the knowledge that you have gained, the skills you’ve developed, as well as something truly spectacular, which is your mastery of and contributions to your scholarly field,” Leslie told the nearly 140 master’s and doctoral students who attended the event.