HSU Graduation 2019 

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Paulina Serrato and Ricardo Guzmin danced in the "Ballet Folklorico de Humboldt" performance during Friday's Latinx Graduation Ceremony in the Lumberjack Arena.
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HSU alumnus Fernando Paz, coordinator the Latinx Center for Academic Excellence at Humboldt State University, gave the keynote address at the Latinx Graduation Ceremony in the Lumberjack Arena on Friday.
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Lots of creative work was done by graduating seniors on their mortarboard caps worn in Friday and Saturday ceremonies at HSU.
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Light rain did little damage to these mortarboard caps worn by two Communication-major seniors in the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences ceremony on Saturday.
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Families cheered and took photos as graduating seniors walked across the stage in the Black Heritage Graduation Celebration on Friday.
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Another creative sign on this graduating senior's mortarboard cap at the Black Heritage Graduation Celebration on Friday.
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"They call me 'Director Many Hats' at C.R.," said Kintay Johnson, director of Special Programs at College of the Redwoods, while describing his job in his keynote speech at the Black Heritage Graduation Celebration on Friday.
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This mother and sister of a graduating senior leapt to their feet to cheer during the presentation of graduates at the Black Heritage Graduation Celebration on Friday.
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Graduating senior Amber Monét Haskins had a supportive cheering section in action when she walked across the stage in the presentation of graduates in the Black Heritage Graduation Celebration on Friday.
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David Josiah Lawson's younger brother Anthony joined the graduating seniors in a symbolic replacement role in the Black Heritage Graduation Celebration on Friday.
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Josiah's mother Charmaine Lawson and family members walked to the stage for the presentation of graduates in the Black Heritage Graduation Celebration on Friday.
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Another graduating senior had a cheering section of family members and best friend when she walked across the stage in the presentation of graduates in the Black Heritage Graduation Celebration on Friday.
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At the end of the Black Heritage Graduation Celebration on Friday, the seniors posed for one last photo.
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Many mortarboard caps worn by graduating seniors in the Latinx Graduation Ceremony on Friday included messages written in Spanish.
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Graduating seniors walked into the Lumberjack Arena to take their seats at the start of Friday's Latinx Graduation Ceremony.
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Family members and friends of graduating senior Lyzet Soto came prepared with "portrait signs" at the Latinx Graduation Ceremony on Friday at the Lumberjack Arena.
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Graduating senior Louis Ponce carried his young child throughout the Latinx Graduation Ceremony on Friday at the Lumberjack Arena.
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Graduating senior Rhynell Mouton showed off the beautiful decorations to her graduation robe prior to the start of the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences commencement ceremony on Saturday at Redwood Bowl.
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This family of a graduating senior combined large golf umbrellas with rain ponchos to stay dry during the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences commencement ceremony on Saturday at Redwood Bowl.
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Family members of graduating senior Fiorella Safra came well prepared with signs in support of her at the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences commencement ceremony on Saturday at Redwood Bowl.
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Lots of umbrellas and rain gear were worn at the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences commencement ceremony on Saturday morning at Redwood Bowl.
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Mona Albert, of San Leandro, brought at an enlarged photo of her graduating-senior son to the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences commencement ceremony on Saturday at Redwood Bowl.
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During Saturday's first commencement ceremony for the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences in Redwood Bowl, Charmaine Lawson, mother of David Josiah Lawson who was a Criminology and Justice Studies major, walked to her seat with the graduating seniors in Criminology.
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Under light rain during Saturday's first commencement ceremony for the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences in Redwood Bowl, HSU President Lisa Rossbacher presented Charmaine Lawson with a posthumous degree in honor of her son, David Josiah Lawson, a Criminology and Justice Studies major. Lawson then turned to the crowd with tears in her eyes to acknowledge the applause.
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Under light rain during Saturday's commencement ceremony for the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences in Redwood Bowl, Charmaine Lawson turned to the crowd with tears in her eyes after HSU President Lisa Rossbacher presented her with a posthumous degree in honor of her son, David Josiah Lawson, a Criminology and Justice Studies major.
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After Charmaine Lawson received the posthumous degree in honor of her son, David Josiah Lawson, a Criminology and Justice Studies major, she returned to her chair to stand among the graduating seniors, most of whom began shouting, "Justice for Josiah!"
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A windblown set of letters spelling the name "Josiah" was set up by family members as a tribute to David Josiah Lawson in Redwood Bowl during the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences commencement ceremony on Saturday.
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Jessica Guzman and Victor Martinez, both of Los Angeles, waited in the rain to see their friend Andrea Carillo, a Theater Arts major, walk across the stage in Redwood Bowl during the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences commencement ceremony on Saturday.
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Graduating seniors with a major in Native American Studies waited in the rain to be called to the stage in Redwood Bowl on Saturday.
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Paulina Serrato and Ricardo Guzmin danced in the "Ballet Folklorico de Humboldt" performance during Friday's Latinx Graduation Ceremony in the Lumberjack Arena.

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