In 1996, the Peace College graduates wore white dresses, carried roses and gathered around the fountain on the front campus. Now the graduates, which include men, wear green robes.
In 1996, the Peace College graduates wore white dresses, carried roses and gathered around the fountain on the front campus. Now the graduates, which include men, wear green robes. ANITTA C. FRAZIER N&O File Photo
In 1996, the Peace College graduates wore white dresses, carried roses and gathered around the fountain on the front campus. Now the graduates, which include men, wear green robes. ANITTA C. FRAZIER N&O File Photo

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