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The President’s Message Ruminations Yearbooks have always been a favorite hobby for me. At home, I have a collection of about thirty. I often go to them for information (visual and factual), and for reminiscing. That is why I am so grateful to all of you who worked to make this edition possible. As we complete the fifty-first year of Walsh University, we again look back on a year filled with great people, great events, great surprises, and ultimately great blessings from our God. Despite the economic, financial, and educational challenges, we have, as William Faulkner once said, “Not only endured, but prevailed.” It is a testimony to a lot of hard work by students, faculty, staff, and administrators. The Class of 2011 is certainly an excellent one. The seniors have been leaders in every aspect of campus life. Record numbers of students have engaged in global learning. New heights have been reached in academics, athletics, and volunteer services at unprecedented levels. The reputation of Walsh has been greatly enhanced, and a legacy of accepting challenges and exploring new horizons has been established. Thank you to all of our seniors for outstanding contributions. May you all enjoy this yearbook as much as I. It would indeed be a blessing if this history repeated itself. Richard Jusseaume, President

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