A Scottish graduation
Kris Grills, from New London Firefighters Pipe and Drum, leads a small parade as Kathryn Smith, second from right, who graduated from the University of Saint Andrews in Scotland with the Class of 2020, walks with her mother, Karen, as she celebrates her graduation with friends and family in Stonington on Sunday, July 12, 2020. The Scottish tradition is for graduates to be joined by bagpipers as they walk through town following commencement exercises. “We just wanted to do something as close as we could," said her father, George, of their small ceremony and walk down to Lord's Point with a bagpiper. (Sarah Gordon / The Day)bagpie
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