Honorable Dean, dear Professors, dear parents, dear classmates, dear friends, dear all. I am very touched and privileged to speak at our graduation. Indeed, tonight is not an evening like the others. It's an evening we will remember for a long time, and we will certainly think about it with nostalgia. It marks, indeed, the end of a period of our life that we had the chance to share, but also the first day of the rest of our life. This time spent at school was quite overwhelming, not only because of course curriculum, but also because of emotional attachments with colleagues and in this competitive environment of stress and work load, instead of everyone being for himself, we stood together and we remained united. We can be proud of this diploma, and of our training which gives us important assets for our professional life.
First of all, we thank the Dean, as well as all the people who made themselves available during our course; I am thinking in particular of X and Y. Thanks also to the entire faculty: men and women whose ambition is to serve and nurture ours. Not to mention our families and our friends, sometimes our spouses, who have supported us throughout these years of intense work.
Few things that are in our lives are part of life, but we don’t even realize it, until we know we're going to lose it. Every morning, getting up at sunrise, trembling in the cold in the winter, sweating in the summer, preparing for one after the other, it was difficult. If it was a dead end, we called it out. Here it ends. But it's not just the lonely school that ends, but we're out of it. But before we separate to follow our personal paths, I wish you an excellent evening.
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