And congratulations to the Class of 2020.
As well as your parents, your teachers, and everyone who helped you get to this day.
I never imagined I'd be giving a commencement speech with no live audience from my backyard,
but it's giving me a much deeper understanding for what our YouTube creators go through.
And I certainly never thought I'd be sharing a virtual stage with the former president, a first lady,
a Lady Gaga and a Queen B, not to mention BTS.
lady Gaga和Queen B在线上舞台合体，更别提防弹少年团（BTS）了 。
I don't think this is the graduation ceremony any of you imagined.
At a time when you should be celebrating all the knowledge you have gained, you may be grieving what you have lost.
The moves you planned, the jobs you earned, and the experiences you were looking forward to.
In bleak moments like these, it can be difficult to find hope.
So let me skip right to the end and tell you what happens.
You will prevail.
That's not really the end of the speech, so don't get too excited.
The reason I know you'll prevail is because so many others have done it before you.
A hundred years ago, class of 1920 graduated into the end of a deadly pandemic.
Fifty years ago, the class of 1970 graduated in the midst of Vietnam War.
And nearly 20 years ago, the class of 2001 graduated just months before 9/11.
There are notable examples like this.
They had to overcome new challenges, and in all cases, they prevailed.
The long arc of history tells us we have every reason to be hopeful. So, be hopeful.
漫长的历史轨迹告诉我们，我们完全有理由满怀希望 。所以，不要泄气 。