(June 13, 2010) In her remarks at Stanford University's 119th Commencement on Sunday, Susan Rice, United States Ambassador to the United Nations, challenges the graduates to innovate and serve; to shape change and "be that change, not for an election, but for a lifetime."
More than 25,000 family members and friends gathered for Stanford's 119th Commencement Weekend. Among the highlights on Saturday were a Baccalaureate address by Eboo Patel, executive director of the Interfaith Youth Core and the Class Day Lecture by Philosophy Professor Debra Satz. On Sunday, family members and friends will be in Stanford Memorial Stadium to cheer on the class of 2010 as the university awards 1,722 bachelor's degrees; 2,100 master's degrees; and 980 doctoral degrees.
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