For the past few weekends, you must’ve been seeing your Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter feeds overflowing with photos of recent graduates. It IS a huge accomplishment, and one worth sharing with your social network. But it got us thinking about how people are sharing the big news. So we checked out how three groups of schools were sharing content about commencement ceremonies.
This week’s top shared content includes news about Memorial Day Fleet Week in New York, Maya Angelou’a death, a celebrity wedding, and Obama’s speech to West Point graduates. Here are the stats.
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Emma Stone and Jimmy Fallon in a lip sync battle, Clippers owner Donald Sterling banned from the NBA, and dogs befriending cats. These and other stories we saw spread across the web this week.