Brian Sheehan May 9, 2021
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - On Saturday, Moravian College gave its graduates a ceremony one year in the making.
"We never forgot about our promise to you, that we would provide you with an on-campus graduation. So here we are today,” Moravian College President Bryon Grigsby said.
The college welcomed back nearly 250 graduates from the class of 2020 so they could finally experience the walk across the stage, a right of passage for students like Maci Kendrick.
"We must remember, that not many other classes had to rise to the challenge of meeting resilience, regardless of what they have lost. So I stead of believing that we are the class that can be defined by the pandemic, we must believe we are the class that rose above it,” Kendrick said.
To watch the video segment, visit the WFMZ website here: Moravian College hosts in-person graduation, welcomes back 2020 graduates