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VIDEO: Sherehe ceremony recognizes African American graduates

Jessica Powell and Sharon Ford


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The Sherehe ceremony was hosted by the African American Programs & Services. It is a traditional ceremony held every semester that celebrates African American graduates. It is intended to recognize achievement with an African-focused ceremony. Students and peers also extend positivity and motivation to succeed further and reach more milestones.

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VIDEO: Sherehe ceremony recognizes African American graduates