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Baccalaureate Address
June 8, 2004

President Summers leads the procession, then addresses the cap-and-gown-clad Class of 2004 during the annual Baccalaureate ceremony. Think things through, Summers urges the graduates, telling them to use throughout life the most valuable skill learned at Harvard: the ability to think deeply about problems that confront them.

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(Staff photo Jon Chase/Harvard News Office)

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