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Commencement Day at Harvard–a 364-year-old heritage–is so steeped in meaningful traditions and quirks that there is no other ceremony in the world quite like it. From each graduate school’s sunrise breakfast to the academic parade through Harvard Yard, Commencement is an all-day celebration of the years of hard work Harvard students put in to earn their degree.

Yesterday, our graduating students donned their crow’s feet and celebrated alongside their friends and families as they received, at long last, their VNIVERSITAS HARVARDIANA diplomas.

As we celebrate the Harvard Divinity School class of 2015, we look forward to the upcoming classes that will wear these robes, walk these halls, and become part of a nearly 400-year-old tradition whose legacy will become part of their own.

Graduating MTS Kevin McIntosh takes in Commencement Day events from higher ground. Photo by Sarah Guzy

Graduating MTS Kevin McIntosh takes in Commencement Day events from higher ground. Photo by Sarah Guzy

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