NBC's TODAY Show Co-Host Says "Dream Big"

Sunday was the 187th Hobart College and the 101st William Smith Colleges commencement.

Delivering the commencement address at Hobart and William Smith College's, the co-host and chief legal analyst of NBC's TODAY Show Savannah Guthrie.

Prior to joining TODAY two years ago, Guthrie served as NBC News White House Correspondent for three years, offering candid commentary for NBC on "Meet the Press," the "NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams," and MSNBC's "The Daily Rundown," where she also served as cohost.

Guthrie told the graduating seniors to "dream big."

Guthrie talked about her dreams-

Guthrie also tossed a little local favor into her speech-

Savannah Guthrie- HWS Communications

Guthrie holds a bachelor's in journalism from the University of Arizona, and a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center, where she graduated magna cum laude. After working as a journalist in Arizona and Missouri, Guthrie became the national trial and legal correspondent for Court TV.



Photo by Greg Cotterill, Finger Lakes News Radio.

This year's ceremony featured 225 Hobart and 245 William Smith students walk across the steps of Coxe Hall to receive their diplomas alongside eight MAT students.

Geneva resident Rosa Blue, a local civil rights leader whose efforts have benefited Geneva for 60 years, is presented with a Doctor of Humane Letters by President Mark D. Gearan as Professor of Sociology Jack Harris applauds. Photo by HWS Communications.

Listen to Savannah Guthrie's commencement address-




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