The overcast skies didn’t dampen the excitement of graduates, eager to hold their diploma, on graduation Sunday, May 2. Altogether, 588 students—undergraduate and graduate, both affiliate and main campus—marked the formal completion of their degree from Andrews University. Barry Black, chaplain to the United States Senate and His Excellency the Most Honorable Sir Patrick L. Allen, governor-general of Jamaica, were among the featured speakers for the Andrews University graduation weekend April 30–May 2, 2010. Both men were also awarded honorary degrees. Read more.