Six new graduate students matriculate

This past Saturday, six members of the Campion Hall community officially joined the University and began their courses of study by participating in the formal matriculation ceremony. 

Matriculation is one of the University's many longstanding traditions, and a real rite of passage for new students. The Campion Hall delegation was led by the Dean of Degrees, Rev'd Nick King, SJ. 

Students who matriculated from Campion Hall include four DPhil students in theology--Matthew Dunch; Henry Shea; Joe Simmons; and Chase Hasenoehrl--a new DPhil student in Architectural History, Stephen Withnell, and Yervant Kutchukian, who will be reading for a DPhil in Oriental Studies. 

The Hall wishes these new students well in their coming endeavours!