Today’s graduates are just what Kansas needs to face tomorrow

Graduates deserve cheers for what they have achieved. And even in these bizarre times, they should have high hopes for what they can do in the years ahead.

Opinion

May 4, 2020 - 9:23 AM

There will be a lot less “Pomp and Circumstance” this May in Kansas and across the country.

By Julie Doll A Kansas contributor

Most graduating students won’t have the opportunity to put on those goofy gowns and caps and then join friends, family and classmates in crowded auditoriums or stadiums.

The pandemic has shut down graduation ceremonies, state athletic contests and scores of other activities that are important milestones for teenagers and young adults.

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