Come Unicorn, It's Time to Join the Workforce

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The Most Clever Graduation Caps From the Class of 2015

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Here's Stephen Colbert's Newest Great Graduation Speech

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Stephen Colbert delivers a commencement speech to the students of Wake Forest University in North Carolina and it's as funny as you might expect a graduation speech by Stephen Colbert to be.   

This Poor Girl Trips and Eats it Hard While Getting Her Diploma. Welcome to Adult Life!

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There's really no better way to encapsulate the feeling of entering the adult world than stumble-walking for 26 seconds in impractical heels before toppling over unceremoniously. 

For maximum effect, listen to this while watching the video:

Send These Credentials to Future Employers

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Now, Whose Fault is That Spelling Error?

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Apology of the Day: Georgia School Founder Sorry for Making Racist Remarks at Graduation, Blames Devil

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Well this certainly was a graduation that the students will never forget.

At the TNT Academy commencement ceremony in Georgia on Friday, the Valedictorian’s speech was accidentally left out of the program, so the crowd had started to disperse when he got up to speak, and not everyone was paying attention.

That’s when the school’s founder/director Nancy Gordeuk stepped up to the microphone to tell everyone that they were being rude.

“Look who’s leaving… all the black people,” she said.

As the video shows, the room quickly reacts to the racist comments with some people approaching the podium and others walking out in disgust.

Gordeuk has since apologized in an email to parents, in which she says “the devil was in the house and came out from my mouth,” according to 11 Alive News in Atlanta.

She also issued the following statement to NBC News.

Frustrated with the prospect of ruining the once-in-a-lifetime ceremony the graduates have worked so hard for, my emotions got the best of me and that is when I blurted out ‘you people are being so rude to not listen to this speech.’ I deeply apologize for my actions made in the emotional state of trying to let this last student finish his speech.

Here’s another video of the incident that includes a moment before the racist remarks where she calls someone a “goober” and a “coward.”

“She’s off her rocker,” says one of the men in the video.