Graduation: A Celebration for All

Imagine the excitement of graduating college and having Jerry Seinfeld as your commencement speaker. How incredible would that be? Well, for most of the college graduates at the Duke ceremony, it was an awesome moment.

However, there were a few graduates who chose to walk out during the address. Yes, they actually walked out of their own graduation simply because a Jewish comedian was addressing them. This act of protest is quite ironic since they missed out on a unique opportunity to hear a cool speech from a famous actor who is tired of the left-wing, politically correct nonsense.

The majority of the students at the Duke graduation ceremony cheered for Jerry Seinfeld. I mean, come on, it’s Seinfeld! This guy is cool. Walking out on that was just silly. Even if you don’t find him funny, that’s perfectly okay. But have some respect for your college and your fellow graduates. Don’t be selfish and disrupt the graduation just because you don’t like the speaker.

Graduation is a celebration for everyone present, not just a small group of protesters. By walking out, you not only ruined your own graduation experience but also disrupted it for others. And all because you didn’t like the speaker? You worked hard for years to earn your degree, so the least you could do is stick it out for an hour and contribute to making the ceremony special for everyone.

Let’s strive to do better and show respect for others, even when we may not agree with them.