Sharon Burk (left) and Mollie Wagoner, students at American U., embrace after hearing the ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court that struck down the Defense of Marriage Act as unconstitutional. (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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Students from Huazhong U. of Science & Technology, in Wuhan, China, treated themselves to a sopping celebration in a parade to celebrate their graduation. (Newscom)
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Mollie Woodworth, a longtime moderator on College Confidential (a college-admissions website with discussion forums that have become a culture of their own) , starts checking the site early in the morning while getting ready for work. “Coming from a small public high school, I had no direct line to admissions offices, no clue about the process. Now I feel like I can answer questions for people like me, who are kind of clueless.” (Photo by M. Scott Brauer for The Chronicle)
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