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by Jacob Hamman

 

Harvard Students Say Farewell

Take a seat. Look around. Picture yourself graduating from Harvard. To read more about this year's Commencement, visit http://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/topic/commencement-2016/.

Harvard Students Say Farewell

Rachel Thompson, a first-generation student and Harvard Art Museums Student Board member, is graduating from Harvard. Listen to her farewell while experiencing 360° video in some of Harvard's most iconic spaces. Click and drag on the screen to explore. This is the last in a series of five student farewells in VR.

Harvard Students Say Farewell

Sreeja Kalapurakkel, a South Asian dancer who studied history of science, is graduating from Harvard. Listen to her farewell while experiencing 360° video in some of Harvard's most iconic spaces. Click and drag on the screen to explore. This is the first in a series of five student farewells in VR.

Harvard Students Say Farewell

Kyle Criscuolo, a hockey team captain who studied psychology, is graduating from Harvard. Listen to his farewell while experiencing 360° video in some of Harvard's most iconic spaces. Click and drag on the screen to explore. This is the fourth in a series of five student farewells in VR.

Harvard Students Say Farewell

Ana-Maria Constantin, a Romanian student who studied astrophysics and computer science, is graduating from Harvard. Listen to her farewell while experiencing 360° video in some of Harvard's most iconic spaces. Click and drag on the screen to explore. This is the second in a series of five student farewells in VR.

Harvard Students Say Farewell

Joshuah Campbell, a Hasty Pudding performer who studied music and French, is graduating from Harvard. Listen to his farewell while experiencing 360° video in some of Harvard's most iconic spaces. Click and drag on the screen to explore. This is the third in a series of five student farewells in VR.