Fresno Pacific University announced plans to end its tradition of allowing minority students to wear ethnic sashes, such as these from the unversity’s 2009 graduation ceremony. Some students are urging that the tradition be restored.
Fresno Pacific University announced plans to end its tradition of allowing minority students to wear ethnic sashes, such as these from the unversity’s 2009 graduation ceremony. Some students are urging that the tradition be restored. Juan Esparza Loera JUAN ESPARZA LOERA/Vida
Fresno Pacific University announced plans to end its tradition of allowing minority students to wear ethnic sashes, such as these from the unversity’s 2009 graduation ceremony. Some students are urging that the tradition be restored. Juan Esparza Loera JUAN ESPARZA LOERA/Vida

Ethnic sashes are dropped from college graduation. Some students want them back

October 30, 2017 07:02 AM

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