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Johns Hopkins University 2014 Commencement Highlights

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About 1,500 students claimed their degrees today at the commencement ceremony for all of Johns Hopkins University's divisions and campuses. The ceremony included remarks from President Ronald J. Daniels and from the featured speaker, Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube; the conferring of all degrees; and the bestowing of honorary degrees. In addition, all undergraduate students as well as doctoral students in attendance had their names announced as they filed on stage to have their degrees recognized.
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