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Screen_shot_2011-05-31_at_5.35.50_PMOn Sunday, May 29th, 148 students from Muffles Junior College proudly walked down the aisle to receive their Associate’s Degrees – 79 in business, 17 in computer science, 21 in law or sociology and 31 in science or mathematics.

After an early morning procession of graduates, faculty and members of the Board of Governors, a mass was celebrated by Father Jose Antonio Vega, after which the official ceremony was conducted by Assistant Dean Javier Moreno.

This ceremony was a milestone for the institution, going down in history as the 18th commencement exercise for Muffles Junior College, which has persevered and excelled despite the many challenges facing education today.

Among the special guests was the Leader of the Opposition John Briceno, who was one of the moving forces for the creation of a sixth form institution here in Orange Walk, and headed the sixth form formation committee.

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