Steve Zahn Delivers Transy Commencement Address

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Updated: 5/25/2013 11:38 pm
Actor Steve Zahn gave a speech this morning, but he wasn't accepting an award or playing a movie role.

He was the keynote speaker at Transylvania University's commencement ceremony.

In his speech, the star of That Thing You Do!, Riding in Cars With Boys, and Reality Bites, encouraged graduates to take the highways of life, but to also remember to slow down and enjoy the back roads.

Of the 222 members of the class of 2013, 47% were awarded honors in their programs, 60% of them studied abroad, and together they logged nearly 1,600 hours of community service.
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