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Miami's Graduation Weekend Begins

The first of nine graduation ceremonies was held at Miami University's Yager Stadium Thursday night. First up was the Class of 2020, who had to settle for a virtual graduation last year as the Coronavirus spread throughout the country. Miami President Gregory Crawford told the graduates “You have experienced college in a way that no class before has known — and likely, no class will experience again.”

“You were here last year for the abrupt transition to remote learning with its chaos and novelty,” he said. “Despite uncertainty — you have been patient, flexible and triumphant during an unprecedented time. Your unwavering courage kept you on the path that led to this moment, and we admire your perseverance and fortitude.”   The remaining ceremonies will be held Friday through Sunday, rain or shine. Each graduate was allowed to invite 6 guests, with pod style seating in the bleachers. Social distancing and masks were still required.  Nearly 4,000 graduates are receiving their degrees this weekend.


(Photo Courtesy: Miami University)



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