CStrange times, eh? Trinity College has been on the go for a few centuries now. It's seen a lot of change happen to Ireland and the world. And yet today, for the time in its history, it held it's first-ever virtual commencement ceremony.
532 students received degrees today in a ceremony that was presided over by former President Mary McAleese over Zoom.
Trinity being Trinity it was all done in Latin.
Today 7 April 2020 Chancellor Mary McAleese conferred 532 degrees by zoom, the first time a virtual commencements has been held @tcddublin. All done in Latin. Congratulations to all our new graduates. The recording will be put on the web. pic.twitter.com/a8GOBy27Nk
— Patrick Prendergast (@pjprendergast) April 7, 2020
Congratulations to all who received degrees.