Your class of 1975 at Paul Smith's College is made up of unique individuals. Your individuality causes you to be remembered by those who have worked and played with you. Each of you is a student, now and for the rest of your life. We are all learning, if we are progressing, and that progress keeps us seeking more knowledge. As a group of students here for two short years you differ little from the students I started with here in 1952. I regard you and past graduates as persons contributing their talents to the society they are in, here in our campus community as well as the community choosen as your future home. If I wrote only one thought I would like you to recall, it would be that you remember your teachers as having given of ourselves all you have asked and perhaps more. Now you as professional people will be expected to give of yourselves; your friendship, your skills and your knowledge.