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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Photo of the Day: Show your medal

On Sunday, May 9, the EAA handed out 97 of these medallions. They are given to new members of Corpus Cordis Aureum, the EAA's alumni group for graduates from 50 years ago or earlier.

Since it began in 2004, more than 500 alumni have been inducted into Corpus Cordis Aureum, and our 2010 class was the largest. Not only do new inductees receive medallions, they are invited to march during the Commencement ceremony on Monday. In fact, all Corpus Cordis Aureum members, including those from previous classes, are invited to march, and yesterday nearly 100 did.

This year, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution even took notice.

The golden robes signify membership in Corpus Cordis Aureum. After Commencement we hang them up and get them ready for next year. The medallions, though, are our alumni's to keep and rewear. Which they do. Which makes us very happy.

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