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Posted: Sunday, May 19, 2013 8:00 am

RINDGE — It was a day of hope for the Franklin Pierce University’s class of 2013, whose graduates sat under the bright sun surrounded by a cheering crowd of friends and family.

Among about 550 graduates, was Jake Q. Goldstein, who graduated with a bachelor’s degree in music. Goldstein, of Gardner, Mass. wants to open his own audio production recording studio. This hope and entrepreneurship in the midst of a daunting world, was the theme of the university’s 48th commencement ceremony Saturday.

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