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Photos: Lake Superior College spring commencement

At least 814 students on Monday were eligible to walk — the largest graduating class since 2019 — during the first full in-person ceremonies since before the start of the pandemic.

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Lake Superior College graduates Mikayla Weaver, from left, Samantha Wollin and Shaelyn Williams grab a selfie before commencement Monday at Amsoil Arena. The trio were receiving their Associate of Science degree in nursing.
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A Lake Superior College student waves to family members as she enters Amsoil Arena for commencement Monday. At least 814 students were eligible to walk — the largest graduating class since 2019 — during the first full in-person ceremonies since before the start of the pandemic.
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Karissa Ledin’s mortarboard reflects her pride in becoming a registered dental hygienist at the Lake Superior College commencement Monday.
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Ijshanita Dunigan, left, and Danielle LaFleur hug before the Lake Superior College commencement Monday. Dunigan was receiving an Associate of Arts degree; LaFleur earned her massage therapist diploma.
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Shawna Bushnell gets a last-minute hair adjustment from friend David Johnson before the Lake Superior College commencement Monday. Bushnell was receiving her administrative office specialist Associate of Applied Science degree.
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