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Photos: College of St. Scholastica spring commencement

For the first time in more than 50 years, all spring commencement ceremonies were held on campus.

Graduate and college president shake hands
Dr. Barbara McDonald, President of the College of St. Scholastica, right, shakes hands with a graduate on stage during spring commencement ceremonies at the Burns Wellness Center on the CSS campus in Duluth on Saturday.
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Graduate and college president pose together
Mahogany Masudi, left, poses with College of St. Scholastica President Dr. Barbara McDonald on stage during spring commencement ceremonies at the Burns Wellness Center on the CSS campus in Duluth on Saturday. Masudi graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Management and Marketing.
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Graduate and her two brothers pose
Ying Moua, center, poses with her brothers Xue Moua, left, and Xai Moua outside on the campus of the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth after she took part in the spring commencement ceremonies on Saturday. Moua graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Peace and Justice Studies.
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Man uses tablet to record memories of college graduation
A man uses a tablet to capture memories of graduates of the College of St. Scholastica during the spring commencement ceremonies at the Burns Wellness Center on Saturday in Duluth.
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Guests use their cell phones to take pictures and video
Guests use their cell phones to capture memories as graduates of the College of St. Scholastica go through spring commencement ceremonies at the Burns Wellness Center on Saturday.
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Graduate and college president pose together
Dr. Barbara McDonald, President of the College of St. Scholastica, right, smiles while posing with a graduate on stage during spring commencement ceremonies at the Burns Wellness Center on the CSS campus in Duluth on Saturday.
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Graduate shows off her mortarboard
Noelle Resignolo, of Breckenridge, Colorado, displays a mortarboard featuring the logos of the College of St. Scholastica and the University of Alaska Fairbanks while standing outside after taking part in spring commencement ceremonies on Saturday at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth. Resignolo was a transfer student and was part of the CSS women's cross country team.
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Graduates smiles while showing off her mortarboard
Noelle Resignolo, of Breckenridge, Colorado, smiles while leaning over to show off her mortarboard featuring the logos of the College of St. Scholastica and the University of Alaska Fairbanks while standing outside after taking part in spring commencement ceremonies on Saturday at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth.
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Dean of Students gives instructions to a graduate
Megan Perry-Spears, Dean of Students with the College of St. Scholastica, left, gives instructions to a graduate before they enter into the ceremony location at the Burns Wellness Commons during spring commencement on Saturday in Duluth.
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A graduate, a young girl and a dog pose for a photo
Deann Scannell, center, of Green Bay, poses with her friend Piper Wisehart, 9, of Duluth, and Scannell's service dog Apollo outside on the College of St. Scholastica campus in Duluth before taking part in spring commencement ceremonies at the Burns Wellness Center on Saturday.
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Dan Williamson joined the Duluth News Tribune in June 2021 where he's involved in digital content such as video, photos and podcasts. Previously, he worked in television broadcasting as a Sports Director/Anchor at WDIO-TV in Duluth, Sports Director/Anchor in Bismarck, N.D., News and Sports Anchor at KSAX-TV in Alexandria, and Reporter/Photographer/Editor with the syndicated show "Life to the Max" in Eden Prairie. He was also the Development Director for the Duluth Salvation Army. Williamson grew up in Alexandria, graduated from St. Cloud State University and has lived in Duluth since 2012.
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