The Signal asks… Who should speak at the College for graduation?

Diane Danch, freshman elementary education and psychology double major.
Diane Danch, freshman elementary education and psychology double major.

“Somebody from New Jersey, like a senator, (such as) Corey Booker. We have a very small school, and almost everyone is from New Jersey.”

Juan Bermudez, sophomore economics major.
Juan Bermudez, sophomore economics major.

“I would pick someone that has something to do with (politics) because it shows that we have relations with people who make important decisions.”

“Someone that works at Disney Imagineering (because they) know a lot about how to get things done and inspire people.”
Vincent Gialalone, senior interactive multimedia major.

“Someone that works at Disney Imagineering (because they) know a lot about how to get things done and inspire people.”

Brandon Agalaba, sophomore communication studies major.
Brandon Agalaba, sophomore communication studies major.

“(Someone) like an alumnus that graduated a while ago, just to inspire the graduates.”

The College does not bring a famous face to campus during graduation. (Rob Birnbohm / Cartoonist)
The College does not bring a famous face to campus during graduation. (Rob Birnbohm / Cartoonist)