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Tulane Grads Hear from Two Former Presidents

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Tulane Grads Hear from Two Former Presidents

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Tulane Grads Hear from Two Former Presidents

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Tulane University in New Orleans held its graduation ceremony Saturday after a traumatic year. Students who held on through Katrina and nine months of recovery heard advice and admonitions from former Presidents Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush. And comic Ellen DeGeneres, a Louisiana native, stopped by to offer a few uplifting words of her own.

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