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On June 30th at noon, SMS will hold the closing ceremony of its year-long centennial celebration on the front steps of Carrington Hall, the university's administration building. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.
The ceremony will include the passing of leadership from outgoing SMS President John Keiser to incoming President Michael Nietzel.
Jeanne Phelps is assistant vice president for academic affairs and co-chaired the Centennial Steering Committee.
The centennial time capsule will be buried under the seal in front of Carrington Hall.
It will be opened in 50 years.
Phelps says there will be a variety of items in the capsule.
Now that the year-long centennial celebration is coming to an end, Phelps says it's a good time to reflect on all the different events that have happened on campus.
She says the centennial celebration has been a success.
The closing ceremony of the S-M-S Centennial Celebration is today from noon to one on the front steps of Carrington Hall.
The public is invited to attend.