Leonard Nimoy Delivers Convocation Speech to CFA 2012 Grads
In the video above, Leonard Nimoy (Hon.’12) speaks at the College of Fine Arts convocation on May 19. Photo by Brooks Canaday
Leonard Nimoy (Hon.’12), the actor best known as Mr. Spock in the television series Star Trek, beamed onto campus on Saturday, May 19, 2012 to deliver the College of Fine Arts convocation address.
Following an introduction from CFA Dean Benjamin Juarez, who noted Nimoy’s contributions as an “actor, photographer, director, poet, and philanthropist,” the performer approached the podium flashing his now legendary Vulcan sign, which drew a big laugh from the crowd of 1,000 graduates, family members, and faculty and staff gathered at the Track and Tennis Center.
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