Like grandfather, like grandson
Among the scores of spectators and the 329 UW-River Falls graduates Dec. 20 at the Knowles Center, two people shared a special bond.
Jay Anderson was getting a diploma for a degree in physics. He minored in math.
"I like anything with engines," Jay said. "I've had a passion for cars since I was knee high.
Watching Jay graduate with nostalgia and pride was Doyne Anderson, 82, his grandfather.
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