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By Susan Reimer at The Baltimore Sun
It is the season for graduations and graduation speeches, most of which dissolve into the sunshine, remembered by no one, but particularly not the happy graduates.
That is changing. The season is now memorable for the speeches that are not given, the speakers having been driven off by student activists.