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In his 2015 Baccalaureate address, Brodhead notes that Duke students represent Homo occupans, the ever-busy, ever-occupied human. He reflects on the value of a liberal arts education and urges the graduating students to go on the journey to learn what they could give to the world and how they can deliver it.

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