Graduation party held for outgoing 2014 USUE students
The party, held at the university's auditorium, consisted of food, speeches by university personnel, dance and singing performances and the presentation of both academic and personality-based awards to graduating students.
"I want to believe that you, [through] USUE became the springboard flying through life and possess the world," USUE Vice Rector for Academic Affairs Sergei Rogozhin said during the start of the celebration.
Also in attendance at the party were heads of various USUE academic departments who were responsible for distributing awards to the students. During the event, attendees dined on food prepared by graduates of USUE's cultural and culinary programs.
Throughout the celebration, students were encouraged to take photographs and upload them to Instagram with the hashtag #dosvidaniyaUrGEU as part of a school spirit contest. Later in the evening, the winners of the Instagram contest were announced, and they received a a certificate for a bus party.
Oksana Sokolovskaja received the award for Best USUE Graduate overall, while departmental awards were given to Allen Karitskaya for Best Graduate from the Department of Economics; Olga Korlyakova for bestBest Graduate of the Department of Finance and Law), Yulia Bzylevich for Best Graduate of the Department of Management and Informatics and Nadezhda Kholmanskikh for Best Graduate of the Department of Commerce, Food and Service).
Additinally, Anna Syuzeva received an award for her "Good Heart" and sisters Liana and Diana Nigamatyanovy received the "Twins of the Year" award.
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