You can call her “Dr. Taylor Swift.”
The pop star was awarded the title of honorary doctor on Wednesday when she addressed New York University graduates at Yankee Stadium.
“I’d like to thank New York University for making me technically, at least on paper, a doctor,” Swift said. was one that you desperately need to hear a song with a catchy hook and an intensely cathartic bridge part. ”
Swift welcomed nearly 19,000 New York University 2022 alumni.
“I really can’t complain that you don’t have a normal college experience because you went to New York University during the global pandemic, were essentially locked in your dormitories or had to conduct classes through Zoom,” – said Swift. “I think the idea of normal college education was everything you wanted too. But in this case, you and I both learned that you don’t always get all the things in the bag you chose from the menu at the delivery service that is life. ”
While many teens 18-22 are in college, Swift has produced hits. By the time she turned 22, she had already won four Grammy Awards.
She is now one of the most influential musicians in the industry.
“The least I wanted was the people I wanted to meet and make friends with in high school. Most of all, this is what the people I hire now to work for my company want, ”she told the alumni, Swift said.
Swift gave one tip with one of her hits.
“Let’s just keep dancing like we’re from class 22,” she said.