BLUFFTON — Bluffton University recently held its convocation for first-year students.
The keynote speaker was Dr. Beth Taylor Mack, director of health behavior and wellness for YMCA of the USA.
She talked about the importance of relationships in her presentation “The Power of Relationships: How Connectivity Impacts Well-being.”
Dr. Lamar Nisly, vice president and dean of academic affairs, read the names of each first-year and transfer student. The names of an entire student class are read just twice at Bluffton University — during Opening Convocation and during Commencement.