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Just before the conferring of degrees at Louisiana College’s Spring Commencement Saturday, Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. Travis Wright, asked the audience to hold its applause and honor the solemnity of the moment.
Most family and friends of the 170 graduates in attendance at Guinn Auditorium honored that request. Those of D’Mario Parker, however, did not. Then again, they had reason not to.
When he crossed the stage, received his diploma and shook hands with LC President Dr. Joe Aguillard, Parker, a Shreveport native and standout wide receiver for the Wildcats football team the last three seasons, became the first male in his family to earn a degree as he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.
“That’s what all the excitement was about,” Parker said. “I’m just filled with so many emotions right now.… »»» read more
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