Taylor Swift Receives Honorary Doctorate from NYU

On May 18, local time, Taylor Swift was awarded an honorary doctorate by New York University and delivered a speech.

Taylor Swift was awarded an honorary doctorate of fine arts by NYU: singer, songwriter, musician, producer, director Taylor Swift was a groundbreaking, influential advocate for artists and a powerful Global Advocate Against Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Discrimination. An 11-time Grammy winner, she is one of the most prolific and celebrated artists of her generation.”

At the same time, she gave a speech to encourage college students under the epidemic: “Everyone has to pass countless nucleic acid tests while facing academic pressure. I know that everyone is eager for a normal college experience, but life is like this”, “What should I do? Advising so many people on their life choices? I don’t. Bad news: You’re on your own now. Good news: It’s all up to you.”

Swift herself also posted on social media platforms “Wearing doctor’s uniform and doctor’s hat for the first time – goodbye NYU!”

In the exposed photos of the scene, Taylor was wearing a blue doctor’s uniform and a doctor’s hat, in high spirits and in a good mood.

After the ceremony, Taylor also posted a video on social platforms to share her joy.

Taylor Swift (Taylor Swift), born on December 13, 1989 in Pennsylvania, United States, is an American female singer, songwriter, music producer, and actress.

In 2006, he released his first music album “Taylor Swift”, which was certified 5 times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. In 2008, the music album “Fearless” was released, which won the No. 1 on the US Billboard Albums Chart for 11 weeks.

Original title: Swift Receives Honorary Doctorate from NYU and Delivers Speech to Encourage College Students

Responsible editor: Li Xiaoling

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