Stories from Harvard’s 2023 Commencement

Thursday, May 25, 2023 - 19:32 in Psychology & Sociology

No single idea, emotion, theme, or image defines Commencement — the details behind the degrees are as richly varied as the faces and voices that fill Harvard Yard. Here, we happily touch the surface.  Taking his time The walk from the Kennedy School to Sever Quadrangle, where students stopped before filing into Tercentenary Theatre, took longer than usual — an hour to cover just a handful of blocks — but Jayaram Ravi was grateful for the extra time with friends and classmates. “I’m excited for the events today and what’s next, but I’m also nostalgic and a little sad that this is the last time we’ll be together,” said Ravi, who received a master’s degree in public policy. “These are the people I started with and the people I’m going to sit by in Commencement.” Which was not to say he wasn’t looking forward to his next adventure. “I’ll be joining the State Department...

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