It’s time to go out with a bang. Years of hard work for Tulane University graduates can finally pay off. Of course, a graduation in New Orleans would not be complete without a second line. And you probably haven’t seen his holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama raising the roof with his umbrella.
Graduates Ariana and Janine say, “Everyone loved it. It was so exciting.”
Joseph Molinary adds, “Awesome!”
Natalia Franco adds, “Wonderful!”
Jodi Freedman, a mother of a Tulane graduate says, “I cried. I thought the ceremony was beautiful.”
Freedman couldn’t be more happier for her daughter, perhaps, even a bit envious. She adds, “I absolutely wish the Dalai Lama spoke at my ceremony.”
It’s a ceremony these students will never forget. The pomp and circumstance, the pageantry of it all, and as they file into their seats, the transition from student to real life sinks in. In a…
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