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UCLA Announces Virtual Graduation, Students Express Outrage

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The University of California Los Angeles celebrates its centennial in 2019. Andrew Cullen for LAist
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UCLA announced Wednesday that its graduation ceremonies will be virtual, in an effort to contain coronavirus.

In a tweet, the university wrote that “the day does not define the journey”...

...and some students did not care for that framing one bit.

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The university has not responded as of yet.

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