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Entrance Ceremony held in Hiyoshi to welcome new students to Keio

Update:Apr. 06, 2010

The 2010 Keio University Entrance Ceremony was held on Friday, 2 April at the Hiyoshi Commemorative Hall. This year, 6,728 freshmen for 10 faculties enrolled.

At the ceremony, Vice-President Akira Haseyama gave a report on academic affairs. Following this, President Atsushi Seike gave a speech to the new students the importance of having ability to think for oneself. Prof. Haruo Kashima at School of Medicine and Taizo Nishimuro, Advisor to the Board, Toshiba Corporation also made a congratulatory speech. On behalf of new students, Hiroki Okuyama made a speech expressing his hope at Keio University. The 50th anniversary alumni are also invited to the entrance ceremony congratulating new students and a gift was presented from alumni association “Mita-kai,” class of 1960.

After the ceremony, the Hiyoshi Campus was full of freshmen and Keio students from various clubs welcoming new members, which was filled with excitement and congratulant atmosphere.

Entrance Ceremony
Entrance Ceremony
President Atsushi Seike gave a speech to the new students
President Atsushi Seike gave a speech to the new students
Congratulatory speech of Taizo Nishimuro, Advisor to the Board, Toshiba Corporation
Congratulatory speech of Taizo Nishimuro,Advisor to the Board, Toshiba Corporation

Speech of new students' representative
Speech of new students' representative
Keio students from various clubs  welcoming new members
Keio students from various clubs
welcoming new members
Keio students from various clubs  welcoming new members
Keio students from various clubs welcoming new members

Photo: Susumu Ishito