On June 13, 2009, Stanford University hosted its Baccalaureate Celebration -- a multi-faith experience celebrating the pluralism of the university. Speakers from Muslim and Jewish traditions, a Buddhist call to prayer, performances by Stanford Taiko and Stanford's Talisman a capella groups and music of the Western Canon were featured.
Ruth W. Messinger, president of the American Jewish World Service, delivered the Baccalaureate address. She called on all to use the skills and resources they have to bring change and justice to the less fortunate of the world.
Stanford University Channel on YouTube:
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