When graduates of the Class of 2020 return to campus on May 22 to finally cross the stage together, it’s sure to be an emotional experience—as well as an opportunity to reunite with friends and celebrate with faculty and staff mentors they may not have gotten to properly say goodbye to when the pandemic shut down campus.

The Morning Call caught up with several members of the Class of 2020, as well as President Nicole Farmer Hurd, who noted that these students “are part of our family, and we do need to hold you up for that moment and really restore that moment.”

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