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Graduating in Lockdown: A Symposium

Normally about this time of year, students would be enjoying parties and the ceremonies of their college graduations. Absolved from the speeches but denied a face-to-face farewell with friends, graduates will confront challenges they did not expect. 

We asked a group of our contributors to offer some reflections for the class of 2020:

Faith Remains

by Bradley J. Birzer

A Note to Generation Cancelled

by Helen Dale

Quit Kvetching

by Michael S. Greve

Playing the Hand We’re Dealt

by Wilfred M. McClay

Be Pilgrims, Not Romantics

by Jessica Hooten Wilson 

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