Alissa MacMullin of Queen Charlotte takes time out in front of UNBC.

Three UNBC grads from Haida Gwaii

Three Haida Gwaii students had a lot to celebrate this year, receiving their degrees from the University of Northern B.C.

Three Haida Gwaii students had a lot to celebrate this year, receiving their degrees from the University of Northern B.C.

There were two Queen Charlotte students included in the Class of 2014. Alissa MacMullin received her Bachelor of Health Sciences with Honours while Gregory Grzybowski received his Bachelor of Applied Sciences.

Jedidiah Zimmerman of Port Clements not only recieved a Bachel of Arts from the university, but was also the recipient of the $500 J. Kent Sedgwick Memorial Bursary. The bursary honours Kent Sedgwick, who passed away in 2011 but was a frequent guest lecturer for the UNBC history department.

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