Rebecca Todd, of Lawrence, and her Yorkshire terrier Clarence - sporting a mortar board cap of his own - wait to walk down the hill Sunday for commencement.
Kansas University graduates, from left, Bryant Nash, Jeff Hawkins, Aaron Miles, Wayne Simien, Michael Lee and Keith Langford poses for family and friends before marching down the hill for KU's graduation ceremony Sunday.
Sunday's pre-Graduation ceremonies in front of Strong Hall found nearly everyone wanting their picture taken with Wayne Simien. The basketball standout complied, stepping from group to group.
Barbara Todd of Pittsburgh, the aunt of Kansas University graduate Jeremy Stover, and Lynn Stover of Parsons, the mother of Jeremy Stover, made a sign to let him know were they were Sunday at Memorial Stadium during KU's graduation ceremony.
Mark Wetzel, of Wichita, was on hand to film his daughter Kendall Wetzel as she graduated.
Jozi Lutackas, of Rossville, mounts a look-alike face on her cap for her graduation.
Kansas graduate Kristin Doeblin of Wichita hangs on to her balloons before her walk down the hill Sunday for commencement.
Jeff TIger of Eudora and his 22-month-old daughter, Brenna, hang out before Jeff walks down the hill after finishing his master's degree.
Preston Brin dons a Jayhawk head for graduation.
Kansas men's basketball coach Bill Self, in white, poses with graduating players, from left, Wayne Simien, Aaron Miles, Michael Lee, Keith Langford and Jeff Hawkins. All five players graduated in four years and walked down Campanile Hill on Sunday afternoon.
Kansas University graduate and former mascot Kate Eichten of Topeka poses for pictures with her pals Baby Jay and Big Jay before commencement Sunday.
KU graduate and former Baby Jay Kate Eichten, of Topeka, helps out Baby Jay before walking down Campanile Hill on Sunday for commencement.
A mass of people line up to see Kansas University graduates walk from the Campanile into Memorial Stadium on Sunday for commencement exercises.
KU basketball players, from left, Aaron Miles, Michael Lee and Jeff Hawkins celebrate as they enter Memorial Stadium.
Kara Hansen of Topeka danced with a feather Boa on as other's made their way down the hill Sunday in Memorial Stadium.
There was plenty of sunshine for graduates and their families as Memorial Stadium was showing its colors for the ceremony.
Graduation cermonies Sunday ended with students from the School of Medicine popping corks and whooping it up on their final day.
Elizabeth Gray, of Blue Rapids, points herself out to people in the stands during commencement Sunday at Memorial Stadium.
Kansas University medical students celebrate the conferral of their degrees during commencement at Memorial Stadium on Sunday.
Kansas University medical students celebrate the conferral of their degrees during commencement Sunday at Memorial Stadium.