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Baccalaureate 2014

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Seniors gather outside Alexander Hall before processing past family and friends on Cannon Green and into the University Chapel.

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Colorful kites lead the procession into the chapel on a sunny afternoon.

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University President Christopher L. Eisgruber, left, and Baccalaureate speaker Christopher Lu follow mace-bearer Jeff Nunokawa in the procession.

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The afternoon sun filters through the chapel's stained glass windows as the seniors file in for the service.

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Baccalaureate, one of the University's oldest traditions, is followed by Class Day and Commencement.

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Senior Jihad Al-Jabban reads from the Quran. Students who lead the service are chosen for their contribution to religious life at the University.

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Senior Isabel Kasdin reads from the Bible during the interfaith service. Students who lead the service are chosen for their contribution to religious life at the University.

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Eisgruber said Lu "has followed a distinguished and admirable path in his professional and personal lives."

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Christopher Lu, deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Labor and a member of Princeton's Class of 1988, speaks to seniors from the pulpit of the University Chapel during the Baccalaureate service on Sunday, June 1. Lu urged students to embrace public service, regardless of their career path.

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The earliest recorded Baccalaureate address was given in 1760 by University President Samuel Davies.

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