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Russell Wilson has been quite the globetrotter this offseason. He and his singer wife Ciara have jetted off to New York, France, San Diego and Seattle to name a few. Last weekend the Denver Broncos quarterback gave the commencement speech at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. Coach Nathaniel Hackett says he worried at first about Wilson being able to grasp the new offense that's being installed in Denver but quickly realized Wilson is adept at juggling and that football doesn't suffer. Wilson says football is No. 1 on his long to-do list.

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A Nevada honors student has reached a tentative agreement to settle a federal lawsuit against administrators he accused of helping students bully him with hoax calls to an anonymous school threats hotline. Reno High School junior Lucas Gorelick didn't take part in graduation ceremonies Friday, a day after a judge gave his lawyer and Washoe County School District attorneys time to finalize a pact. Terms were not disclosed. Gorelick filed the lawsuit last month in U.S. District Court in Reno. He argued that school district officials violated his constitutional rights by repeatedly searching his backpack and pickup truck after hoax calls to a state Department of Education hotline called SafeVoice.

Vanderbilt University’s tech boot camps recently surpassed 1,000 graduates since they began enrolling students in 2019. The camps are a project of the Vanderbilt School of Engineering, the Owen Graduate School of Management and Trilogy Education Services. They teach coding, data analytics, cybersecurity and digital marketing. Participants also have access to career-planning assistance. Vanderbilt says the part-time, 24-week camps are helping to fill a need in Tennessee for employees with technical skills, and the students graduate with a certifcate that can help them find high paying jobs.

Jill Biden is urging graduates of a Los Angeles community college to never forget where they came from. The first lady told the students they can learn from their past without being defined by it. The address Tuesday was Biden's first of the 2022 commencement season. The first lady told the more than 1,000 graduates that they astonish her with their grit and determination and said that's why she loves teaching community college. As first lady, she teaches at Northern Virginia Community College and has taught there since 2009.

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