Bath students treated to ‘Let It Go’ rendition at graduation

Social and Policy Science students were treated to a full rendition of Frozen’s ‘Let It Go’ on Thursday afternoon in recognition of the department’s high turnout for the National Student Survey (NSS)

Dr John Troyer – Deputy Director of the Centre for Death & Society – had previously promised to sing the song if the perfect score was achieved.

Thousands of students graduated on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from the University of Bath, bringing a formal end to their studies. Amongst them were a number of honorary degrees for high profile academics and activists.

The University of Bath’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Dame Glynis Breakwell, said on the graduation ceremonies: “Our award ceremonies are always wonderful occasions and one of the highlights of our calendar. They are an opportunity for students, their families, and academic colleagues to celebrate both the hard work and achievement of the past three or four years. We look forward to congratulating our graduates and honorary graduates on their achievements.”

John Barlow

John Barlow is Editor-in-Chief (2015/16) and former bite Editor (2014/15) at bathimpact. He writes about society, pop culture, music and film. He also reports on a number of University of Bath and local politics issues.

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