It's officially college graduation season and tons of big names are giving advice to the class of 2015 in commencement addresses.

On "The Five" today, the panel took a look at some of the highlights from this past weekend.

Academy Award winner Matthew McConaughey had an inspiring message for graduates at the University of Houston. 

“Life’s not fair. It never was, isn’t now and won’t ever be," McConaughey said. "Do not fall into the entitled trap of feeling like you’re a victim. You are not.”

Meanwhile, in another part of Texas, President George W. Bush told Southern Methodist University graduates that grades can't hold them back and that it's important to serve others. 

“For those of you graduating with high honors and distinctions, I say well done. And as I like to tell the 'C' students, you, too, can be president,” Bush said.

Graduates of George Washington University were treated to a speech about values from Apple CEO Tim Cook.

“We believe that a company that has values and acts on them can really change the world," Cook stated. "And an individual can, too ... Graduates, your values matter. They are your North Star. Otherwise it’s just a job—and life is too short for that.”

Watch the clip above to hear "The Five" co-hosts reveal who they think gave the best commencement speech.


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