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At a ceremony at the Stonebridge hotel on Friday afternoon, graduating students from the Northern Lights College were handed their credentials and sent into the working world.

Students from the Fort St. John campus were joined by honourary graduate Brian Jungen. The Doig River First Nation native was recognized for his internationally renowned art, which has been displayed at such high-profile museums as the New Museum in New York City, and the Tate Modern in London. Jungen was given an honorary Associate of Arts degree.

NLC’s Dawson Creek convocation was held on May 14th, and its Fort Nelson convocation will be on June 25th.

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