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On Wednesday, May 10, nearly 500 soon-to-be graduates and 150 of their parents and friends gathered on the lawn of Ayres Hall for the annual Aloha Oe ceremony. Aloha Oe is a campus tradition that started in 1926. The ceremony to give the graduating seniors a meaningful conclusion to their undergraduate years. Soon-to-be-graduates light candles and pass the “Torch of Service” to their fellow students to inspire them to be leaders in their communities.

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