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More than 400 graduates assembled at King’s main campus in Bristol to participate in the University’s traditional procession around the Oval on Saturday, May 1. To help safely accommodate in-person attendees, two separate ceremonies were held, and the event was livestreamed for those not able to attend.

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More than 400 graduates assembled at King University’s main campus in Bristol to participate in the University’s traditional procession around the Oval on Saturday, May 1. To help safely accommodate in‑person attendees, two separate ceremonies were held, and the event was livestreamed for those not able to attend.

More than 400 graduates assembled at King University’s main campus in Bristol to participate in the University’s traditional procession around the Oval on Saturday, May 1. To help safely accommodate in‑person attendees, two separate ceremonies were held, and the event was livestreamed for those not able to attend.

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