Ben Affleck to Receive Honorary Doctorate Degree From Brown University

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    Actor/director Ben Affleck poses in the press room during the 65th Annual Directors Guild Of America Awards.

    Ben Affleck will soon have something else to add to his long list of achievements.

    Along with novelist Junot Daz and four other luminaries, the Oscar winner will be receiving an honorary doctorate degree from Brown University during their 245th Commencement on May 26, E! News confirms.

    According to the college's website, the actor and director will be awarded an honorary doctorate in fine arts.

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