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After country-wide shutdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic, these 2020 graduates addressed their fellow students remotely. In their own words, hear them reflect on their time together and offer words of encouragement for the future.

Every year, colleges across the country choose one or more students to stand on stage and address the graduating class. This year, however, after country-wide shutdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic, these speakers addressed their fellow students remotely.

In their own words, hear them reflect on their time together and offer words of encouragement for the future.Majoring in Political Science and American StudiesSign up for news of the week in context and good reads you may have missed, with WSJ Noted reporter Tyler Blint-Welsh.

 

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There are no jobs, they were all burned and looted in the riots. Oh, congratulations though!

Nobody cares about coronavirus right now. Can we just reopen the country and let people go to work?

I feel like we are watching a civil war in this country. Sadly, this country is more divided than ever. This is an all time low in America right now.

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Americans inherently have difficulties in adapting to change. Just look at how we tried to adapt to the metric system in vain.

HERE IS THE ENCOURAGEMENT. GET A JOB. WORK HARD. LEARN EVERYTHING ESPECIALLY HOW TO MANAGE YOUR MONEY. NEVER GIVE UP. SET GOALS. DON'T SPEND MORE THAN YOU MAKE. SPEND THE MONEY WISELY. PURCHASE PROPERTY INSTEAD OF RENTING. GO CLASS GO.

100k dead, 40million unemployed. Protest could happen in Kentucky or California, the Pres has an opportunity to unite the country but once again wants to divide the country. This man doesn’t deserve to be our Pres. Come November it’s time to send the president back to Florida.

I would like to find out how many of you are concerned about climate change and if you are worried about the impacts it is having on our natural world- forests, animals, etc.? Once again- 'CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2020!'

Hi, first I want to say 'Congratulations' on a long, hard journey to reach your highschool graduation in this crazy year of '2020'!

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