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In addition to special commencement proceedings for students who identify as black, Latino, queer, Native American, and Asian, there will also be a ceremony for students who are the first in their families to earn a degree

Columbia hosts 6 ‘multicultural graduation ceremonies’


By -- Campus Reform —— Bio and Archives May 17, 2017

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Columbia University will play host to six different graduation ceremonies for students of particular ethnicities and backgrounds this year.

While all graduating seniors will attend the main commencement ceremony, those who identify as black, Latino, queer, Native American, or Asian will also have the option of attending separate proceedings just for students of the same background, as will students who are the first in their families to earn a college degree.—More…



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