Congratulations to Harry Potter alum Emma Watson, who graduated from Brown University on Sunday afternoon.
Watson received a bachelor’s degree in English literature at the Rhode Island university.
The actress posted a selfie to her official Twitter account in which we see her smirking with her graduation cap:
— Emma Watson (@EmWatson) May 25, 2014
Any guesses as to what she wrote on her graduation cap? We’re hoping it’s something like this:
The actress started at Brown several years ago then took a break to continue with her film career. She had returned to the school last fall to finish her degree.
In an interview last June, Watson spoke about taking a degree with an open curriculum.
“Opportunities like [an open curriculum], and the idea of classes being pass/fail, make it sound as if you don’t have to work as hard, but it actually gives you the freedom to try out things that you wouldn’t be able to do if you had to get a certain GPA on your transcript,” she said. “It lets you take classes that you wouldn’t otherwise. And it attracts a certain type of student: [someone] very independent who wants to take responsibility and control of what they’re learning. That really appealed to me as well.”
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