At his 2012 Harvard class day speech, comedian Andy Samberg provided a list of majors that are apparently useless, including history, literature, “all things related to art…pretty much anything ending in ‘studies.’”

He continued, “All of those majors are now useless, unless you can somehow turn them into an iPhone app. Math and science majors, you guys are all cool. Finally.”

Samberg was just one of many notable speakers on college campuses this spring.

Aaron Sorkin spoke at Syracuse University, inspiring the crowd with this thought: “How you live matters. You’re going to fall down. But the world doesn’t care how many times you fall down, as long as it’s one fewer than the number of times you get back up.”

Here’s Samberg at Harvard:

Sorkin at Syracuse:

Jane Lynch at Smith:

Neil Gaiman at The University of the Arts, Philadelphia

Michelle Obama at Virginia Tech:

Ira Glass at Goucher College

Robert DeNiro at Bates (“I have one message for you class of 2012: stay in school.”)

Source : Andy Samberg spoke at Harvard Class Day – Wall Street Journal (blog)