Address for success

Liam Farrell | May 17, 2013 | Notre Dame Magazine

Liam Farrell / Notre Dame Magazine

There might not be a more universally feared and derided form of communication than the commencement address. Every spring, individuals of various altitudes of notoriety and self-awareness have to stand in the heat talking to the legions of the sunburned and the hungover, charged with inspiring them in (preferably) 30 minutes or less.

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