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Our Wish for You: “Find Love and Laughter”

Advice for the Class of 2014

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Seniors, you’ve taken your last final, handed in your last paper, completed your final lab assignment. But before you leave BU, we’ve gathered some University staff and faculty—including a former mayor of Boston—to offer a few last words of advice, as well as their heartfelt congratulations on a job well done.

Best of luck to you, Class of 2014.

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8 Comments on Our Wish for You: “Find Love and Laughter”

  • Brenda Clark on 05.12.2014 at 8:16 am

    As a parent of a rising junior BU student, it warms my heart that this is the kind of advice she is hearing from her BU community. As an added bonus, it helped to remind me of some things I need to be thinking about. Congratulations graduates!

  • Mitzi Kane on 05.12.2014 at 9:39 am

    Congrats to the Class of 2014! You have all accomplished something great! Now go on to enjoy life.

  • Jean on 05.12.2014 at 9:45 am

    Great messages, great messengers, great video!

  • Nick on 05.12.2014 at 9:47 am

    Congrats!

  • Jim in New Orleans on 05.12.2014 at 10:15 pm

    Some awesome people with some great counsel for the Class of 2014! My amazing daughter will be among the grads, and I know she will remember the Love and Laughter advice, as she has been living that advice for the past 4 years. BU has been an incredible experience for my daughter, and I will never forget her tremendous experiences here. God bless all of you advice-givers, and God bless the Class of 2014!!

  • Julie on 05.13.2014 at 5:47 pm

    This was thoughtful, heartfelt, fun, and snappily edited. Thanks for an enjoyable video!

  • Mei Hung on 05.14.2014 at 10:49 am

    great advises!

    Mei

  • Connie Thomas on 05.16.2014 at 2:39 pm

    BU students,
    God Bless all of you! Take your dreams and follow them. This is for an amazing incoming freshmen: “Remember your dreams, focus on them but not too hard. As dreams go they will adapt, change, and sometimes turn upside down. But, stay focused on them and they will lead you to your future.”

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