Fitchburg State University Announces 2021 Graduates
Fitchburg, MA--Fitchburg State University recently held its 125th commencement exercises, with virtual ceremonies honoring the graduating class.
Fitchburg State President Richard S. Lapidus saluted the graduates for persevering through the challenges of a global pandemic.
“You’re transitioning into a very different world from the one that you had been planning for when you started college, and find yourself at a pivotal time in our country’s evolution,” President Lapidus said. “The pandemic has changed all of our lives in significant ways. It has impacted the way we live and work, think and behave. It has raised questions of uncertainty about the financial future, it has enhanced political polarization and magnified ongoing issues of inequality and injustice. The experience has, at times, been chaotic, stressful and often fatiguing. In many ways, how you respond to this current situation will define your generation. You are well trained and possess the talent and skills to do great things. So, use your education wisely, summon your knowledge, insight, creativity, and courage. It’s your time to challenge what is, affect real change, and realize what can be in the world.”
Graduate from Rehoboth:
Joshua N. Mulligan BS Game Design
Graduates from Seekonk:
Perry J. Joubert BS Communications Media
Haleigh M. Silva BS Nursing – BS