Stanford Baccalaureate Class of 2020

Stanford published this video item, entitled “Stanford Baccalaureate Class of 2020” – below is their description.

A bookend to students’ Opening Convocation held their first year, Baccalaureate at Stanford is a multifaith celebratory gathering for graduating seniors, graduate students, and professional students, as well as their families and friends.

It is a student-led commemoration acknowledging the spiritual contribution to the education of the whole person, organized under the auspices of the Office for Religious and Spiritual Life (ORSL). In addition to lively music from culturally diverse backgrounds, the program includes readings from different communities and perspectives which represent the wide range of religious traditions represented within the Stanford Community.

Baccalaureate Speaker

Rev. Dr. Yvette Flunder was the Baccalaureate Speaker at the baccalaureate ceremony for 2020 graduates at Stanford University on Friday, June 10, 2022.

Flunder, a San Francisco native, has served her call through prophetic action and ministry for justice for over thirty years.

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