In his inspiring commencement address to Loyola Marymount University’s Class of 2018, Ronan Farrow — fresh off his Pulitzer Prize win for his work on the Harvey Weinstein #MeToo story — opens up about the fear an uncertainty that dogged him before his story in the New Yorker broke. “I was heartbroken, and I was scared, and I had no idea if I was doing the right thing,” he writes, before advising the graduates that in moments of uncertainty, they should heed their convictions.