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Stanford Report, June 20, 2001

Turn fear into motivation, Fiorina says
About 29,000 attend main ceremonies

"Wacky, wonderful, witty, winsome, willing, waiting." That is how Rabbi Patricia Karlin-Neumann, associate dean for religious life, described the Stanford Class of 2001 Sunday at the university's 110th Commencement, which featured an address by Carleton (Carly) S. Fiorina, chief executive officer of Hewlett-Packard.
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Highlights:

President John Hennessy and Hewlett-Packard CEO Carleton (Carly) S. Fiorina proceed to the stage. photo: L.A. Cicero


More stories from Commencement 2001:
During a pause in President John Hennessy's Commencement remarks, graduates turn to thank their parents and friends who were sitting in the stadium stands. photo: L.A. Cicero


Speeches from Commencement 2001:

Visiting Professor Ebrahim Moosa, who will join the faculty at Duke, bid farewell to Stanford Saturday. photo: L.A. Cicero

Awards from Commencement 2001:

Graduating senior Malia Villegas of Seattle is the recipient of the Stanford Alumni Association's 2001 J. E. Wallace Sterling Award for volunteer service at Stanford. photo: L.A. Cicero