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Academy Award-nominated actor Michael Keaton reacts to being introduced at Carnegie Mellon University's commencement ceremony at Gesling Stadium, Sunday, May 21, 2017. Keaton, who grew up in Robinson, was awarded an honorary degree.

More than 4,800 bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral graduates received their diplomas on Sunday morning as part of Carnegie Mellon University’s 120th commencement event at the school’s Gesling Stadium.

Academy Award nominee Michael Keaton was awarded an honorary degree at the ceremony.

Meg Whitman, president and chief executive officer of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, was the keynote speaker and was awarded an honorary degree during the ceremony.

Other honorary degree recipients included Mahrazin R. Banaji, Vivian Davidson Hewitt, Bernard Osher and student speaker Chrystal Thomas

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