Retired Assistant Police Chief William Dunn awarded University Medal

Retired Assistant Police Chief William "Bill" Dunn and his wife, Ginny, listen to remarks during a ceremony at the University Downtown Center to award him the University Medal, the highest honor Binghamton University can bestow.
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