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茄子视频 and Brite Divinity School presented degrees to more than 2,500 candidates over three separate ceremonies May 11, recognizing graduates that experienced an unprecedented time in our society.

鈥淭oday, I want to acknowledge the unique and challenging experiences known only to the class of 2024,鈥 Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr., said during his address. 鈥淢any of you missed a traditioal senior year of high school and prom 鈥 You missed graduation, and then you came to TCU, and you didn鈥檛 get a normal first year of college.鈥

The class faced the height of the COVID-19 pandemic as they completed high school and transitioned into higher education. The circumstances, however showed this class could persist and thrive, Boschini said.

President Daniel W. Pullin echoed those sentiments.

鈥淭oday, you are equipped to handle the curve balls that inevitably come your way throughout life. You鈥檙e able to seize the opportunities that now, as a college graduate, will frequently come knocking at your door,鈥 Pullin told the graduates.

Ceremonies were held at Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena on the TCU campus. The morning commencement recognized only the second graduating class of the Burnett School of Medicine at TCU, as well as graduates from AddRan College of Liberal Arts, Bob Schieffer College of Communication and the College of Education. The afternoon ceremony celebrated Brite Divinity School and Neeley School of Business. Finally, the evening ceremony recognized graduates of the College of Fine Arts, College of Science & Engineering and Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences.  

Among the day鈥檚 distinguished graduates was Carson Huey-You, TCU鈥檚 youngest Ph.D. graduate in history, earning his doctorate in physics at age 21. Read more.

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