ates began with just two But those who have followed have risen to the challenge. In addition to Wood, 10 other graduates have held the post of lieutenant-governor in the Maritimes alone. Alumni have gone on to be senators, lawyers, doctors, professors, scientists, internationally-renowned artists and musicians, humanitarians, philanthropists, journalists, and entrepreneurs. They have held distinguished posts in almost every field one can think of. “Mount Allison graduates are making a difference in communities all over the world,” says President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Robert Campbell. “Today’s graduates can draw inspiration from the accomplishments of those who have gone before them and we Convocation send this 150th class out into the world knowing they will achieve great things in the years to come.” Katharina Stobbs, the Class of 2013’s valedictorian, says her class is extremely proud to be Mount Allison’s 150th. “It is so thrilling to know that we are the latest in a long, long line of not only skilled academics, but well-rounded, engaged global citizens,” she says. “Mount Allison’s legacy is now a part of our own. The fact that we can forever say that this place is part of us, that it has left its mark on us, and we on it, is an incredible thing.” The Class of 2013 had a special opportunity to be photographed / 13 Convocation 2013