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Schenectady graduations in early ’90s had special meaning because of merger

A member of  Schenectady High School’s Class of 1993 strikes a triumphant pose after receiving his diploma on June 25.
A member of Schenectady High School’s Class of 1993 strikes a triumphant pose after receiving his diploma on June 25.
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The end of June means flowers, handshakes, hugs and kisses for some teenagers — seniors who are graduating from high school. During the early 1990s, young men and women in Schenectady wore long gowns and big smiles as they left English literature, geometry, health and gym classes behind. In 1991, Mont Pleasant High School graduate Jamelle Brandon lost his graduation cap to 8-year-old sister Chauntelle Hundley — but he got a kiss out of the ...


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