Missed Class Day exercises in Tercentenary Theatre? Don't worry. Flyby's got you covered with a live blog of Class Day. If you're short on time, here are some highlights:

Dean of the College Evelynn M. Hammonds: "Seniors, today is your day!"

Robert R. Bowie, Jr. '73 says seniors will be sad as they move out and will ask themselves "is this the end of my Harvard education?" His answer: "Hell no!"

James M. Wilsterman '10 discusses vertical head nods, the inferiority of Yale students (except at "musical theatre" and "coping with life failure"), sexual frustration, and the lower incidence of sexual transmitted diseases at Harvard.

Alexandra A. Petri '10: "Elevators are like Larry Summers—it would be stupid to leave the future of women in science up to them!"

Petri makes a joke about class of 1904 member Franklin D. Roosevelt's disabilities to hesitant laughs.

Christiane Amanpour: "Get your passport, renew your passport, [...] and see the world."

Amanpour: "I hope you'll be ready when your moral courage is called upon, and it will be."

Amanpour says the world "is about justice, not about just us."

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