Long Beach State confirmed Thursday that graduates will receive two tickets for guests and will be able to walk across one of six stages set up in the venue’s parking lot.
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After graduating students have expressed their disapproval of only getting one guest ticket for the ceremony, Long Beach State administration confirmed that students will be now allowed to have two guest tickets.
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