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Posted: Saturday, June 1, 2013 3:09 pm | Updated: 12:00 am, Sun Jun 2, 2013.

Journalist and television talk show host Katie Couric told the 255 Randolph-Macon College graduates receiving degrees Saturday that there is no one answer to living a balanced life “except the one that works for you.”

Couric, 56, delivered the commencement address at the small liberal arts college in Ashland, where she was also awarded an honorary doctor of humane letters degree.

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