Tennessee State University’s President Gifts Graduating Class with $50 Bills

On Saturday, May 4, Tennessee State University’s President Glenda Glover gifted the undergraduating Class of 2024 with $50 bills. During her commencement speech, Glover said she wanted to take each of the students to lunch. She told them to check under their seats where they found the bills in an envelope.

Glover delivered the keynote address marking her final commencement as president, a culmination of nearly 12 years of service to her alma mater.

“This momentous occasion holds a deep personal significance for me, as it symbolizes years of hard work and dedication from our incredible students,” commented Glover. “Students and faculty have often approached me about being the commencement speaker, and I believe this is the ideal time. It will be a privilege to stand before them in this capacity, sharing words of wisdom, inspiration, and encouragement as they celebrate this significant milestone that highlights the transformative power of education.”

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