1. Presidential welcome from Harvard-wide graduate student president Philip Harding.

    Harvard Graduate Council (HGC) is the Harvard-wide student government for the twelve graduate and professional schools at Harvard.

    ** Highlights in this video include:
    First ever Harvard-wide Welcome (back) Event - September 14 in Harvard Square!
    Register now: http://welcome.hgc.harvard.edu

    Get connected Harvard-wide.
    http;//hgc.harvard.edu
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  2. Did you know that upon graduating Rutgers University, students historically would break clay pipes overtop the Old Queens Cannon? This tradition, which dates back to the 1800, is symbolic of students parting ways with undergraduate life and making the final transition into adulthood. Zack discusses the significance of this historic tradition and its current state today on this episode of Scarlet Lore.
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    This is the second episode in my web series Scarlet Lore, which explores the history and tradition of Rutgers University that you never knew existed. Updated every friday here on Vimeo as well as I AM RUTGERS Magazine at i-am.rutgers.edu

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  4. The 5th Annual
    HARVARD LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

    http://HarvardLeadershipConference.com

    DON'T JUST LISTEN TO LEADING EXPERTS. WORK WITH THEM TO SOLVE THE WORLDS LARGEST PROBLEMS.

    SATURDAY, MARCH 8 | HARVARD UNIVERSITY | NORTHWEST LABS | 52 OXFORD STREET, CAMBRIDGE, MA

    Education Innovation | Health Care Innovation | Internet Security & Society
    Efficient Government | Responding to Climate Change

    Harvard Graduate Council
    The Harvard-wide Graduate Student Government.
    http://hgc/harvard.edu

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  5. The History. The Tradition. The Speech.
    Leave Your Mark in Harvard History.

    Find the details and enter your speech here:
    http://commencement.harvard.edu

    Three Categories: Undergraduate English, Undergraduate Latin, Graduate English
    Each year at the Harvard Commencement, three graduating students speak to approximately 32,000 students, faculty, parents, alumni/ae, and guests. As soon as the first anthem concludes, a senior strides to the microphone and announces, Salvete omnes! What follows is one of the oldest of Harvard traditions - an oration in Latin. Then a graduating senior, followed by a representative from one of the graduate or professional schools, deliver speeches in English. The original purpose of these speeches was to defend one’s thesis but, over time, topics have broadened and may now address important issues, current events, or lessons learned from personal experiences at Harvard or in the wider world.

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