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On Commencement morning, June 8, some 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students will march into Killian Court to receive their diplomas, led by the 50th reunion Class of 1968, part of the 3,500-strong alumni contingent expected on campus for Tech Reunions.

Among the graduating students is Izzy Lloyd who launched the Tell Me About Your Day (TMAYD) movement, which focuses on student well being. The short video below, Engineering Joy, shares her journey through MIT including participating in the Chorrallaries and inventing products in the Toy Lab.

You can tune in to this festive campus event by watching the webcast, which presents talks by Sheryl Sandberg, the author of Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead and Facebook’s COO, and MIT President L. Rafael Reif. Talks start about 10:00 a.m. EDT.

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