There are hundreds of thousands, maybe millions, of college and university graduates who today could not tell you who the speakers were at their graduation ceremonies. Does this open the questioning of the value of having a “big name” graduation speaker?
This came to mind when we learned lately of the increasing number of graduation speakers who were invited and then “debooked” because students and/or faculty objected for whatever reasons. Some of those who were invited and then sacked because of protests probably should never had been invited. Others were treated unfairly.
You must login to view the full content on this page.
Or, use your linked account: