More than 4,000 University of Arkansas students graduated this weekend in Fayetteville

REPORTS FROM THE BUD – PACKED FULL OF GRADUATES AND LOVED ONES! <> THIS YEAR WAS THE FIRST FULL CAPACITY GRADUATION SINCE BEFORE THE COV-1ID9 PANDEMIC. WE CAUGHT UP WITH SOME GRADUATES – WHO SAY EMOTIONS RAN HIGH TODA Y. <> “amazing, I am so excited and proud of myself, because it’s bn ee rough… MIRANDA PHAM SAYS A BIG PART OF HEROL CLEGE EXPERIENCE WAS THE PANDEMIC … <> “it was very challenging especially because I am from Brazil and I was hoping to have this experience on causmp but I couldn’t” AS FOR ESANGLIELA, SHE SAYS THIS áDAY IS SURREAL FOR HER. R. “before coming her I had this dream to study at the university of Arkans.” as A DREAM BECOMING A REALITY FOR OVER 4,000 GRADUATES THIS WEEKEND. <> “I can’t believe it actually.” AND WHETHER IT WAS YOUR FIRST TIME WALKING ACROSS THE STAGE… OR YOU WE RE HERE FOR ROUND TWO.<> “we are getting our masters in accounting, with a concentration in tax!” THESE GRADUATES SANO Y MATTER WHAT COMES NEXT IN LIFE… > “I feel like we are all prepared to take what comes to us and we got to roll with the punches, right now its good to have jobs starting ou” t. BECAUSE NOW THE DEGREE IS IN HAND… <> “I have a lot of weight lifted from my shoulders and , I feel like I’m free to do anything now!” Elisangela Brito, Gradation from U of A “well now we have to keep going! I am going to g my et phd and go to Texas a and m” <> THE U OF A HAS BEEN LIVESTREAMINALG L OF THE COMMENCEMENT CEREMONIES ON YOUTUBE FORFR áEE FOR ANY FRIENDS AND FAMILY THAT CAN’T MAKE IT TO

More than 4,000 University of Arkansas students graduated this weekend in Fayetteville

Commencement ceremonies wrapped up Saturday at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.Graduates in 2022, no doubt, had an unusual college experience – as in-person classes came to a halt during their time on campus.However, this year was the first full capacity graduation since before the COVID-19 pandemic. A total of 4,400 graduates crossed the stage this weekend at Bud Walton and Barn Hill arenas. 40/29 News caught up with a graduate, Elisangela Brito, who is from Brazil and said today was extra special . “Oh my gosh, I made it. I can not believe it actually. Before coming here, I had this dream to study at the University of Arkansas and I’m so happy I could have achieved it,” Brito said. Watch full story above.

Commencement ceremonies wrapped up Saturday at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.

Graduates in 2022, no doubt, had an unusual college experience – as in-person classes came to a halt during their time on campus.

However, this year was the first full capacity graduation since before the COVID-19 pandemic.

A total of 4,400 graduates crossed the stage this weekend at Bud Walton and Barn Hill arenas.

40/29 News caught up with a graduate, Elisangela Brito, who is from Brazil and said today was extra special.

“Oh my gosh, I made it. I can not believe it actually. Before coming here, I had this dream to study at the University of Arkansas and I’m so happy I could have achieved it,” Brito said.

Watch full story above.

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