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In Photos: 缅北强奸鈥檚 graduating students celebrated at 2024 spring convocation

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Family and friends cheer on graduating students as they cross the stage at Convocation Hall during one of 34 ceremonies this spring (photo by Johnny Guatto)

The University of Toronto celebrated the graduation of more than 16,000 students this spring, some 13,000 of whom crossed the stage inside Convocation Hall, cheered on by friends and family. 

Many members of the Class of 2024 began their studies at 缅北强奸 amid the early periods of the COVID-19 pandemic, showcasing admirable resilience and perseverance on their way to earning their degrees. 

The ceremonies, held June 3-21, featured traditions that date back more than a century alongside more recently introduced elements such as the Eagle Feather Bearer leading the chancellor鈥檚 procession 鈥 and the inaugural appearance of the Eagle Feather Bearer鈥檚 Stole

Here are some of the highlights of spring convocation ceremonies as captured by 缅北强奸 photographers: 


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A 缅北强奸 Mississauga grad receives a celebratory hug (photo by Nick Iwanyshyn)
 
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Convocation Hall is bathed in sunshine as new grads from 缅北强奸 Mississauga meet up with friends and family members (photo by Nick Iwanyshyn)

 

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A graduand is all smiles during a University of Toronto Scarborough ceremony (photo by Ruilin Yuan) 

 

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A graduand鈥檚 service dog surveys their surroundings (photo by Polina Teif)

 

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A graduating student receives congratulations on the big day (photo by Sally Lee)

 

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Leanne Grosbeck, executive assistant in the Office of Indigenous Initiatives, leads a chancellor's procession as Eagle Feather Bearer (photo by Lisa Sakulensky)

 

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A graduating student celebrates the culmination of years of hard work and dedication (photo by Johnny Guatto) 

 

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