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包头市九州医院看乳腺检查价格包钢医院治疗肛瘘肛裂价格Greetings, alumni, graduates, families, and friends. It is such a pleasure to see you all here and offer congratulations on this day of celebration. I am in the unenviable role of warm-up act for one of the greatest storytellers of our – or any other – time. Nevertheless, my assignment is to offer a few reflections on this magnificent institution at this moment in its history. And what a moment it is!From comments of astonished pundits on television, in print, and online, to conversations with bewildered friends and colleagues, the question seems unavoidable and mesmerizing: What is going on? What is happening to the world? The tumultuous state of American politics, spotlighted in this contentious presidential contest; the political challenges around the globe from Brazil to Brexit; the Middle East in flames; a refugee crisis in Europe; terrorists exploiting new media to perform chilling acts of brutality and murder; climate-related famine in Africa and fires in Canada. It is as if we are being visited by the horsemen of the apocalypse with war, famine, natural disaster and, yes, even pestilence – as Zika sps, aided by political controversy and paralysis.As extraordinary as these times may seem to us, Harvard reminds us we have been here before. It is in some ways reassuring at this 365th Commencement to recall all that Harvard has endured over centuries. A number of these festival rites took place under clouds of war; others in times of financial crisis and despair; still others in face of epidemics – from smallpox in the 17th century to the devastating flu of 1918 to the H1N1 virus just a few years ago. Harvard has not just survived these challenges, but has helped to confront them. We sing in our alma mater about ;Calm rising through change and through storm.; What does that mean for todays crises? Where do universities fit in this threatening mix? What can we do? What should we do? What must we do?We are gathered today in Tercentenary Theatre, with Widener Library and Memorial Church standing before and behind us, enduring symbols of Harvards larger identity and purposes, testaments to what universities do and believe at a time when we have never needed them more. And much is at stake, for us and for the world.We look at Widener Library and see a great edifice, a backdrop of giant columns where photos are taken and 27 steps are worn down ever so slightly by the feet of a century of students and scholars. We also see a repository of learning, with 57 miles of shelving at the heart of a library system of some 17 million books, a monument to reason and knowledge, to the collection and preservation of the widest possible range of beliefs, and experiences, and facts that fuel free inquiry and our constantly evolving understanding. A vehicle for Veritas – for exploring the path to truth wherever it may lead. A tribute to the belief that knowledge matters, that facts matter – in the present moment, as a basis for the informed decisions of individuals, societies, and nations; and for the future, as the basis for new insight. As James Madison wrote in 1822, ;a people who mean to be their own Governors, must arm themselves with the power that knowledge gives.; Or as early 20th-century civil rights activist Nannie Helen Burroughs put it, ;education is democracys life insurance.;Evidence, reason, facts, logic, an understanding of history and of science. The ability to know, as former dean Jeremy Knowles used to put it, ;when someone is talking rot.; These are the bedrock of education, and of an informed citizenry with the capacity to lead, to explore, to invent. Yet this commitment to reason and truth – to their pursuit and preeminence – seems increasingly a minority viewpoint. In a recent column, George Will deplored the nations evident abandonment of what he called ;the reality principle – the need to assess and adapt to facts.; Universities are defined by this principle. We produce a y stream of evidence and insights, many with potential to create a better world.So what are our obligations when we see our fundamental purpose under siege, our reason for being discounted and undermined? First, we must maintain an unwavering dedication to rigorous assessment and debate within our own walls. We must be unassailable in our insistence that ideas most fully thrive and grow when they are open to challenge. Truth cannot simply be claimed; it must be established – even when that process is uncomfortable. Universities do not just store facts; they teach us how to evaluate, test, challenge, and refine them. Only if we ourselves model a commitment to fact over what Stephen Colbert so memorably labeled as ;truthiness; (and he also actually sometimes called it ;Veritasiness!;), only then can we credibly call for adherence to such standards in public life and in a wider world.We must model this commitment for our students, as we educate them to embrace these principles – in their work here and in the lives they will lead as citizens and leaders of national and international life. We must support and sustain fact and reason beyond our walls as well. And we must do still more.Facing Widener stands Memorial Church. Built in the aftermath of World War I, it was intended to honor and memorialize responsibility – not just the quality of men and womens thoughts, but, as my predecessor James Conant put it, ;the radiance of their deeds.; The more than 1,100 Harvard and Radcliffe students, faculty, and alumni whose names are engraved on its walls gave their lives in service to their country, because they believed that some things had greater value than their own individual lives. I juxtapose Widener Library and Memorial Church today because we need the qualities that both represent, because I believe that reason and knowledge must be inflected with values, and that those of us who are privileged to be part of this community of learning bear consequent responsibilities.Now, it may surprise some of you to hear that this is not an uncontroversial assertion. For this mornings ceremony, I wore the traditional Harvard presidential robe – styled on the garment of a Puritan minister and reminding us of Harvards origins. Values were an integral part of the defining purpose of the early years of Harvard College, created to educate a learned ministry. Up until the end of the 1800s, most American college presidents taught a course on moral philosophy to graduating students. But with the rise of the research university in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, moral and ethical purposes came to be seen as at odds with the scientific thinking transforming higher education.But in todays world, I believe it is dangerous for universities not to fully acknowledge and embrace their responsibilities to values and to service as well as to reason and discovery. There is no value-free science. There is no algorithm that writes itself. The questions we choose to ask and the research we decide to support; the standards of integrity we expect of our colleagues and students; the community we build and the model we offer: All of this is central to who we are.We can see these values clearly in the choices and passions of our faculty and students: in the motto of Harvard Business School, which you heard this morning uttered by the dean, the commitment to make ;a difference in the world.; Most of the University would ily embrace this sentiment. In the enthusiasm of students and faculty, we see it as well. From across the University – graduate, professional, and hundreds of undergraduates – we see a remarkable enthusiasm, for example, for the field of global health because it unites the power of knowledge and science with a deeply-felt desire to do good in the world – to lead lives of meaning and purpose. This spirit animates not just global health but so much of all we do. Harvard is and must be a community of idealists. And today, we send thousands of you – doctors, lawyers, teachers, artists, philosophers, business people, epidemiologists, public servants – into the world.For our youngest students, those just beginning to shape their adult lives, those who today received what the ritual language of Commencement calls ;their first degree,; for them, these questions of values and responsibility take on particular salience. Harvard College is a residential community of learning with a goal, in the words of its dean, of personal and social as well as intellectual transformation. Bringing students of diverse backgrounds to live together and learn from one another enacts that commitment, as we work to transform diversity into belonging. In a world divided by difference, we at Harvard strive to be united by it. In myriad ways we challenge our students to be individuals of character as well as of learning. We seek to establish standards for the College community that advance our institutional purposes and values. We seek to educate people, not just minds; our highest aspiration is not just knowledge, but wisdom.Reason and responsibility. Widener and Memorial Church. Harvard and the world. We have a very special obligation in a very difficult time. May we and the students we send forth today embrace it. Thank you very much.201606/451467包头市第七医院包头市肿瘤医院地址 Man, guys, you know, its...I cant believe how fast 20 years went by. This is crazy. This is absolutely crazy.啊,伙计们,我简直无法相信20年就这么过去了。这太疯狂了,真的太疯狂了。And to be standing here at center court with you guys, my teammates behind me and appreciating all this, the journey that weve been on - weve been through our ups and been through our downs, and I think the most important part is that we all stayed together throughout.和你们大家伙儿一起站在中心球场上,有队友们在我身后,我对此十分感激,我们所经历的旅途中有着高山低谷跌宕起伏,但最重要的是我们始终都团结在一起。I grew up...I grew up a die-hard, I mean a die-hard Laker fan. Die-hard.我从小就是湖人队的死忠粉,绝对死忠,毋庸置疑。I mean, I knew everything about every player thats ever played here.我了解所有在湖人队役球员的一切。So to be drafted and then traded to this organization and to spend 20 years here, I mean, you cant write something better than this.所以被应征交易到这个团队并效力了20年,没有比这个更值得纪念的了。And Im more proud not about the championships, but about the down years. Because we didnt run. We didnt run. We played through all that stuff. We got our championships, and we did it the right way.更令我自豪的不是冠军,而是那些低谷期。因为我们没有逃避,我们没有逃避,而是战胜了那些困难。我们获得了总冠军,我们的做法是对的。And all I can do here is just thank you guys. Thank you guys for all the years of support. Thank you guys for all the motivation. Thank you for all the inspiration.在此我所能做的事只有感谢你们大家。谢谢你们多年来的持。感谢你们的激励和鼓励。And...you know, whats funny, the thing that had me cracking up all night long that the fact that I go through 20 years of everybody screaming to pass the ball and on the last night, theyre like, Dont pass it.你知道搞笑的是,今天整晚都让我抓狂的是20年来所有人都在吼着让我传球,然而在最后一晚,他们都在吼着“别传球。”This has been...This has been absolutely beautiful, you guys. I cant believe its come to an end.这真是太美好了,伙计们。我无法相信这就要结束了。You guys will always be in my heart and I sincerely, sincerely appreciate it. No words can describe how I feel about you guys.你们将永远留在我的心里,我十分真挚地感激着这一切。言语已经无法表达我对你们的感受了。Thank you, thank you from the bottom of my heart. God I love you guys. I love you guys.谢谢,我打心底里感谢你们。天呐我爱你们,我爱死你们了。To my family - my wife Vanessa, my daughters Natalia and Gianna - thank you guys for all your sacrifices.我还要感谢我的家人,我的妻子Vanessa,女儿Natalia和Gianna,感谢你们做出的牺牲。You know...for all the hours I spent in the gym working and training, and Vanessa, you holding down the family the way that you have, I cant...theres no way that I can thank you enough. So, from the bottom of my heart, thank you.当我在体育馆训练的时候,是Vanessa你用自己的方式在撑着这个家庭,我无法...对此我感激不尽,我发自内心的感谢你。And what can I say? Mamba out.我该怎么说呢?曼巴精神永不灭。201604/438210英语会话800句 79 /200609/9403内蒙古科技大学第四附属医院 在线咨询

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