This High School Senior Found A Way To Honor Students Killed By Gun Violence At Her Graduation

Meet Gina Warren, an 18-year-old graduating senior from Ohio who went viral for turning her graduation cap into a QR code that protested gun violence in schools.
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Arnold Schwarzenegger’s a Proud Dad at Joseph Baena’s Graduation

Joseph Baena just graduated from college … and his old man is beaming with pride. Arnold Schwarzenegger shared the news Saturday along with a happy photo of the 2, saying … “Congratulations Joseph! Four years of hard work studying business at…

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Chrissy Teigen Wishes Her Son Miles a “Happy Graduation” From Wearing a Helmet

Chrissy Teigen, Miles, LunaSomeone please cue up “Pomp and Circumstance” because we have a graduate on our hands.
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Jimmy Fallon Surprises Parkland Students At Graduation Ceremony

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Hillary Clinton Jabs President Trump with Russian Hat at Yale Graduation

[[tmz:video id=”0_pxfhjwbw”]] Hillary Clinton’s sticking it to President Trump and this time she’s got props. Take that, Carrot Top! Hillary spoke at Yale’s Class Day over the weekend and, as is tradition, all the students were rocking goofy hats…

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Chance The Rapper Says Beyoncé Is Better Performer Than Michael Jackson At Dillard Graduation

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Chance the Rapper wants to secure a Beyoncé feature so bad bruh. While speaking at the commencement for Dillard University, the Chicago MC told the assembled graduated that Queen Bey’s Coachella performance was better than any of Michael Jackson’s, ever. 

This guy.

We get what Chance was trying to say—you have to aspire to be greater than your predecessors. That’s cool.

But there’s a time and a place for that. The focus should be on the graduates, not a petty debate.

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Kylie Jenner — Khloe’s Twerking Steals the Show at Graduation Party (VIDEO)

Kylie Jenner should have been the focus at her graduation party Thursday night, but Khloe Kardashian’s ass hijacked the event. Kylie, along with her family and a few friends, celebrated KJ’s graduation with a kick ass party…

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J. Cole Keeps Promise And Attends Fan’s High School Graduation [PHOTOS]

J. Cole is currently on his mini Friday Night Lights Tour but he doesn’t feel anything should break a promise.

As a college educated man himself, the Dreamville top dog knows the importance of hitting the books first and foremost. In 2013, he made a Twitter acquaintance with a young fan by the name of Cierra Bosarge who wrote him a letter that inspired him to be great beyond his current success. According to their stored DMs, he promised her he would attend her high school graduation on the sole condition that she get accepted to a four-year college.

Fast forward to the present day and Lil Cici is ready to embark on the world head first. And wouldn’t you know it, Mr. 2014 Forest Hills Drive was in the stands as she walked the stage.

“You gotta dream like you never seen obstacles,” she captioned her photo-op with the superstar rapper, quoting his song “The Autograph.” To top off his appearance, he bought her several books for the next tier of her education including C.S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce and The Autobiography of Malcolm X.

Flip through the pages below to see the timeline that brought Cole to attend Cierra’s high school graduation.


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Busta Rhymes Throws Son Star-Studded Graduation Bash [Photos]

Busta Rhymes is a proud papa. The Dungeon Dragon threw a star-studded graduation party for his son, T’ziah Wood-Smith, at Space Ibiza in NYC.

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Spies said Swizz Beatz performed at the party along with New Jersey rapper Fetty Wap, plus Jadakiss and his group the Lox. Michael B. Jordan — a.k.a. the Human Torch of the upcoming “Fantastic Four” reboot — hung in a VIP room where Hennessy liberally flowed, sources said.

Proud dad Busta made a heartfelt speech from the stage, declaring, “I am the luckiest father on Earth tonight.”

He also exclaimed, “I ain’t no bitch!” Duly noted! Wood-Smith was seen doing the signature “shimmy” of fraternity Kappa Alpha Psi.

Big up to T’ziah Wood-Smith and anyone else graduating in the class of 2015.

Check out some photos from the party, including the Fetty Wap performance, below and on the following pages.

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Why We’re So Proud of You … and of Us … on your Graduation Day

Tomorrow you will graduate from elementary school. Tomorrow we will all sit in little folding chairs in the cafeteria, watching proudly as you and your classmates line up and walk onto the stage to receive your diplomas. Tomorrow, when you look out into the sea of parents, you will see all of us together, side by side: your mom, your dad, your step mom, your step dad, and maybe even a few relatives and step-relatives. Tomorrow as you graduate from elementary to middle school, so too have we graduated from the awkwardness of a newly divorced family forced into uncomfortable situations to the casual ease of a blended family bonded together forever by one common denominator: YOU.

It wasn’t always this easy. It wasn’t always this comfortable. I remember your first day of kindergarten, when I was still new to this family and neighborhood. I’m pretty sure that you and I were sharing the same uneasy feelings and thoughts: “Will the teacher like me?” “Will I make any new friends?” “What if no one likes me?” From the very beginning, you showed me how to find my place in your life. You even gave me a title, “Extra Mom,” and introduced me this way to your teachers and friends. From that point forward, everything fell into place. Because of you, we all learned the importance of co-parenting. Because of you, we all learned that it’s okay to attend parent-teacher conferences together. Because of you, together we did homework, worked on school projects, attended after-school activities, and went on field trips. We went to doctors appointments as a group, and though we often needed to drag more chairs into the little room, the collective concern about you was apparent. We are a team, and you are our mascot. You have been pivotal in bringing all of us together into one big, weird, blended family! And though others often stop and stare, it simply works.

I know I can speak for all of us, when I tell you how very proud we all are of you. It is a privilege to be part of your life, watch you mature, and witness you accomplishing so much. Congratulations on your graduation day! We love you.

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Michael Jackson’s Son Prince — Grandma & Grandpa Reunite for Graduation Party (PHOTOS)

Joe and Katherine Jackson don’t get together often, but they put aside their differences to celebrate Michael Jackson’s firstborn graduating from high school.  According to our sources, the family shindig for Prince Jackson went down Saturday…

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Brooke Shields at FIT Graduation: Talks Career, Fears and George Michael

NEW YORK — In a humorous, self-deprecating fashion, Brooke Shields, actress, model, best-selling author and beauty entrepreneur gave thoughtful advice to the graduates of the School of Art and Design and School of Graduate Studies at the Fashion Institute of Technology on Thursday morning.
Later in the day, Marc Metrick, president of Saks Fifth Avenue, addressed the second part of the day with a mix of humor, sentiment and reflections on the past, indicating that while his memory of his graduation day 20 years ago has faded, “I do hope that you take away from our few minutes together, what an exciting time it is to be starting out in retail and in fashion.Working in this industry allows you to shape taste and culture. Remember that.Young or old, man or woman, rich or poor, fancy or basic – fashion touches everyone.”
Upon taking the podium for her speech, Shields thanked everyone for inviting her to be the commencement speaker. “What was I thinking? I’ve been staring at the exits, there’s eight of them,” she said.
Shields said she took a comprehensive tour of FIT last week and was duly impressed. “From the moment I got on the elevator, I was told that it was

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ConGRADulations: Graduation Gifts That Make the Grade

Graduation is a time of great accomplishment. Help the graduate in your life celebrate this momentous occasion with a gift thats sure to make the grade. Whether you’re looking for something for a friend, significant other or relative, I’ve rounded up the best buys for all the grads in your life.

Make it Personal
Personalized jewelry is always a thoughtful gift. One part fine family heirloom, one part contemporary keepsakes, nameplates and letter necklaces are a wonderful way to represent all the people in your life that you love. My pick? Like a symbol of all that would spring from that one creative seedling, Jennifer Meyers curated a stunning collection of semi-precious and precious jewelry that exude refined elegance with detailed hand crafted designs that gives each piece a personal touch. So go ahead, make it personal and pick up something worth remembering today.

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Tech to It
Shopping for the men in your life can be a daunting task for even the most capable of gift givers. Whether you’re looking for a gift for your main squeeze, keeping things strictly platonic or waiting for the verdict to come in on your new beau, fret not, because I’ve got the perfect solution. A watch that simplifies his life. My pick? The Crestron app for Apple Watch revolutionizes how people interact with their homes. After all, why dig through your pockets for keys when you can unlock your door with just a tap of your wrist? With an app that allows you to turn on the lights and adjust the AC before you get home, and set the alarm before you pull out of the driveway — whats not to love?

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Say Cheese
If your favorite grad is heading off to Europe, or doing a cross-country road trip before joining the workforce (go them), try getting them a travel accessory that will enhance all of their vacation photos while staying bulk free. Not sure which one will give you the most bang for your buck? Enter the Olloclip, a clip-on lens that lets you take more detailed photos with your iPhone.

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Pencil Them In
Call me old fashion, but technology aside, there’s no replacement for a hand-written note. Give your grad a great way to make a mark with a personalized set of note cards. Crane has styles that range from funky and fun to simple and professional making it the perfect gift for any graduate.

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Give the Gift That Keeps On Giving

If you’re looking to send a little housewarming gift to your favorite grad, a fruit tree is the perfect gift that keeps on giving! Fruit trees will provide your grad with delicious, healthy fruit every year. By gifting a fruit tree, your loved one can enjoy easy access to fresh produce, save money, and add beauty to their home. My pick? Plantogram has a variety of beautiful trees that will make for a unique and useful gift for the graduate in your life!

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Graduation to Womanhood: Being Transgender at a Southern College

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The South has a knack for making you feel othered if you’re even the slightest bit different. If you’re not white, the right kind of Christian, conservative, straight, and cisgender, you’ll be made a target. I learned all of this long before I reached the end of my senior year of high school, which is why I wasn’t particularly thrilled to attend my alma mater, the University of Georgia. In fact, I wasn’t thrilled at all to know that I was essentially signing a contract to stay in the South for at least four more years. I had spent all my life in Georgia, and I was itching to be somewhere where the air was less thick with conservatism and a history (and current status) of intolerance.

But I’m adaptable. I quickly learned that college is a transformative process regardless of location. It’s all about finding yourself, discovering your hopes and aspirations and reaching the deeper areas of your mind. Some people come out of the experience with a degree, others with incredible stories, and others simply with a better understanding of their body’s tolerance for alcohol. But some, like me, left with a newfound understanding and sense of purpose; I matriculated as a timid, confused boy and departed as a woman standing in her truth.

College was like most of my life — full of dichotomies. My experiences (in all their eclectic glory) were yearning to come together like a woven tapestry, creating an intricate semblance of understanding and identity. I needed a stark contrast to the double life I lived throughout high school, playing the well-mannered and virtuous “straight” boy at home and the flamboyant, queer prince (think Jack, from Will & Grace) at school.

Due to lack of education and awareness of transgender issues and internalized mislabeling from peers, I came out as gay at 14. I knew this was the right choice despite a lack of community and anticipated support from parents who were Southern, black and Catholic. Don’t get me wrong: They loved me, but like most parents they weren’t completely equipped to handle having a queer child. But I had no choice but to be authentically me, because queerness (and my high femininity) adorned me like a badge. I was mocked and ridiculed for it long before I even knew what “it” was — or at least what I thought it was.

Once I made it to my alma mater, I wasn’t met by some caravan of queers or any reassurance of my journey. It took time to wade through the campus’ hegemonic culture that I was, in many ways, the complete antithesis of. I was a budding queer, black, feminist, trans woman, so it was powerful for me to embrace myself in an atmosphere that fostered and encouraged adherence to a white, cisheteronormative ideal. Greek life and Southern football culture consumed the campus’ resources and energy, and it was always apparent that Confederate, quasi-Antebellum ideals marked the mandates, words and ideologies of the powers that be. They weren’t going to give me a portrait with my face on it; I was going to have to bogart my way into the frame.

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Maya Rudolph Sings Beyonce-Inspired National Anthem At Tulane Graduation

When you invite Maya Rudolph to be your commencement speaker, you can’t expect just a typical speech. Rudolph brought it out at Tulane University’s commencement on Saturday, giving a hysterically inspiring address before doing her own unique interpretation of the National Anthem.

“It really is a true honor to be with all of you as you begin this new phase of your life,” Rudolph told graduates, “as you embark on this exciting and challenging journey of being sober during the day.”

It was the first of many jokes throughout the speech, which included an Oprah imitation (“YOU get a diploma!”) and an extended explanation of her alleged procrastination to write the speech.

Rudolph talked about her telling her father — a Tulane grad — that she wanted to be on Saturday Night Live when she graduated from the University of California, Santa Cruz. She went through improv classes and learned the classic rule: to any situation, say “yes, and.”

“Say yes, and,” Rudolph said as advice to the graduates. “Create your own destiny. Hold onto your old friends. Kiss your mama. Admit what your dreams are. Don’t beat yourself up if you don’t know what you’re gonna do tomorrow, but work hard and don’t be lazy. And put away your damn iPhone once in a while.”

To end her speech, she asked graduates to stand. Taking advantage of her time on a mic in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, she sang a ridiculous national anthem — with a bit of Beyonce mixed in.

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White Principal Loses It With Racist Rant During Graduation Ceremony [VIDEO]

Last Friday (May 8) at the TNT Academy in Stone Mountain, Ga., a graduation ceremony shifted gears into a negative space after the alternative private school’s principal, Nancy Gordeuk, blurted out some questionably racist statements. Gordeuk has since apologized, but the damage might be far too severe to recover from.

As reported by The Grio and NBC News, video clips of Gordeuk’s racist rant began to be distributed throughout social media. It all began when Gordeuk made the mistake of ending the graduation ceremony before TNT’s valedictorian made his speech.

As people began to file out to the parking lot, Gordeuk, also the founder of TNT, took to the microphone and blasted Black members of the audience for leaving. Raw Story also reported on the situation and broke down some of the exchanges between Gordeuk and attendees.

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“I think y’all owe this young man an apology, especially that goober that was coming through with his little thing. That was so rude,” she says, alluding to an unidentified student. “Where are you, you little coward? Come on back up here and let’s talk.”

After that remark, three white people can be seen standing up and leaving. Seconds later, Gordeuk says, “Y’all are the rudest people I’ve ever seen in my life.”

The crowd reacts with alarm, as Gordeuk orders staff members to close the doors. The man videotaping Gordeuk can be heard urging others, “Just let her do her thing.”

“You people are so rude to not listen to this speech,” Gordeuk continues, as the unidentified valedictorian, a white person, stands near her. “It was my fault that we missed it in the program. Look who’s leaving, all the black people.”

Gordeuk issued a written apology on Saturday, but many are calling for her to step down from her post. She told NBC News the rant was just a moment of frustration, but others allege it was a sentiment she’d been hiding inside all along.

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