"...'Flee from a culture of greed,' he said. 'Look for values of selflessness. We need men and women of integrity...'"
Donald E. Powell, chair of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, urged Samford University seniors to do their part to help society's growing need for integrity during commencement exercises at Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex Arena Saturday, May 21. (continued...)
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