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At Tuesday’s Commencement, around 1,300 undergraduate degrees and 600 graduate degrees were awarded. Though there were no significant disruptions, during President Eisgruber’s Commencement speech over 70 students stood up and faced away from him, and around 15 students walked out.

At Tuesday’s Commencement, around 1,300 undergraduate degrees and 600 graduate degrees were awarded. Though there were no significant disruptions, during President Eisgruber’s Commencement speech over 70 students stood up and faced away from him, and around 15 students walked out.


Two seniors will not receive their degrees on Tuesday pending a disciplinary investigation into their involvement at a May 25 protest during an address by President Eisgruber. One of the seniors alleges that the two of them were not involved in the protest inside Richardson auditorium and opted to exit the room as the protest escalated.

Two seniors will not receive their degrees on Tuesday pending a disciplinary investigation into their involvement at a May 25 protest during an address by President Eisgruber. One of the seniors alleges that the two of them were not involved in the protest inside Richardson auditorium and opted to exit the room as the protest escalated.



People on sidewalk holding up signs with phrases such as “STOP FUNDING GENOCIDE.”

On Saturday, May 25 about 30 pro-Palestinian protesters briefly disrupted the P-Rade. This was met with both annoyance and support from various alumni, and the P-Rade proceeded as usual.

On Saturday, May 25, about 30 pro-Palestinian protesters briefly disrupted the P-Rade. This was met with both annoyance and support from various alumni, and the P-Rade proceeded as usual.


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A group of men huddling around on one knee on a baseball field.

After a season filled with injuries in which the Tigers still managed to finish second in a competitive Ivy League, the season ended Sunday afternoon at the hands of the Penn Quakers, who went on to win the tournament for the second consecutive year.

After a season filled with injuries in which the Tigers still managed to finish second in a competitive Ivy League, the season ended Sunday afternoon at the hands of the Penn Quakers, who went on to win the tournament for the second consecutive year.


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