In October, Fresno Pacific University announced plans to end its tradition of allowing minority students to wear ethnic sashes, such as these from the university’s 2009 graduation ceremony. FPU reversed course on Thursday, saying any student who wishes to wear one is allowed to do so.
In October, Fresno Pacific University announced plans to end its tradition of allowing minority students to wear ethnic sashes, such as these from the university’s 2009 graduation ceremony. FPU reversed course on Thursday, saying any student who wishes to wear one is allowed to do so. Juan Esparza Loera JUAN ESPARZA LOERA/Vida
In October, Fresno Pacific University announced plans to end its tradition of allowing minority students to wear ethnic sashes, such as these from the university’s 2009 graduation ceremony. FPU reversed course on Thursday, saying any student who wishes to wear one is allowed to do so. Juan Esparza Loera JUAN ESPARZA LOERA/Vida

After outcry, Fresno Pacific will now offer ethnic sashes for all students

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