Split Graduation Traditionally, the university holds one ceremony for all graduating students, during which students are awarded their diplomas. Beginning this year, however, the university will hold two graduation ceremonies. Under the new arrangement, half the graduating students will participate in the first ceremony, and the other will participate in a second ceremony to be held the following day. Administrators cite two reasons for the change. First, the number of students and increased in recent years, and since diplomas are awarded individually, the single ceremony has become uncomfortably long. Also, the hall where the ceremony is held is too small to accommodate the growing audience of friends and family members.
The university is going to split the graduation ceremony, which means students will be divided into two parts to participate in it. However, the woman disagrees with this plan, and she has two reasons for that. Firstly, even though students are granted individually, which takes a lot of time, they would have a shorter ceremony simply by university reducing the number of speeches made by professors, administrators, president and so on. Secondly, she denies the excuse of size of the hall. She thinks that the core issue why the ceremony is crowded lies on the number of people, because right now university allows students to invite up to ten guests, which is far more than the other universities. Students will no longer suffer if they can only invite at most six family members or friends.
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然后说学生意见the ... in the conversation agreed/disagreed with ...because....1streason 2nd reason