BYU president Kevin J. Worthen encouraged the 5863 graduating students to ‘be awful’ in his commencement address Thursday.
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President Kevin J. Worthen and Sister Peggy S. Worthen welcomed students back to Brigham Young University with messages calling for faith-led decisions in moments of uncertainty and fostering eternal relationships by realizing the “immortal” nature of humanity.
Kicking of a weekend of recognition for student’s academic achievements, Commencement saw addresses from Professor Robert P. George and former BYU President Cecil O. Samuelson who received honorary doctoral degrees at the event. President Worthen conducted the meeting with Elder Steven E. Snow presiding and providing the commencement speech.