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University of Victoria indigenous language revitalization graduate Helena Norris tries on her mortar boards made with cedar bark by her grandmother as she gets ready for her graduation ceremony in the Farquhar Auditorium. About 1,200 people received degrees, diplomas or certificates at UVic’s fall convocation last week. - Sharon Tiffin/News staff
University of Victoria indigenous language revitalization graduate Helena Norris tries on her mortar boards made with cedar bark by her grandmother as she gets ready for her graduation ceremony in the Farquhar Auditorium. About 1,200 people received degrees, diplomas or certificates at UVic’s fall convocation last week.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin/News staff

University of Victoria indigenous language revitalization graduate Helena Norris tries on her mortar boards made with cedar bark by her grandmother as she gets ready for her graduation ceremony in the Farquhar Auditorium.

About 1,200 people received degrees, diplomas or certificates at UVic’s fall convocation last week.

 

 

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