Peninsula College graduates file into the outdoor ceremony site on Saturday afternoon in front of a standing-room-only crowd of family and friends on the Port Angeles campus at 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd. The 57th commencement ceremony awarded degrees and certificates to 574 students. Speakers include Dwayne Johnson, board of trustees chairman, and David Harvey, student body vice president. (David Logan/for Peninsula Daily News )

Peninsula College graduates file into the outdoor ceremony site on Saturday afternoon in front of a standing-room-only crowd of family and friends on the Port Angeles campus at 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd. The 57th commencement ceremony awarded degrees and certificates to 574 students. Speakers include Dwayne Johnson, board of trustees chairman, and David Harvey, student body vice president. (David Logan/for Peninsula Daily News )

PHOTO GALLERY: Peninsula College awards degrees, certificates

Peninsula College graduates file into the outdoor ceremony site on Saturday afternoon in front of a standing-room-only crowd of family and friends on the Port Angeles campus at 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd. The 57th commencement ceremony awarded degrees and certificates to 574 students. Speakers include Dwayne Johnson, board of trustees chairman, and David Harvey, student body vice president. (David Logan/for Peninsula Daily News )

Graduation humor found on the top of a mortarboard as the graduates walk across campus to the ceremony site on the back lawn Saturday at Peninsula College. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Caleb Peters, left, admires the colorful graduation sash worn by Eden Cisneros. Both students are from Forks and June 8 graduated from Forks High School. On Saturday, they were graduated from Peninsula College as part of the Running Start Program. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Caleb Peters, left, admires the colorful graduation sash worn by Eden Cisneros. Both students are from Forks and June 8 graduated from Forks High School. On Saturday, they were graduated from Peninsula College as part of the Running Start Program. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Caleb Peters, left, admires the colorful graduation sash worn by Eden Cisneros. Both students are from Forks and June 8 graduated from Forks High School. On Saturday, they were graduated from Peninsula College as part of the Running Start Program. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Graduation humor found on the top of a mortarboard as the graduates walk across campus to the ceremony site on the back lawn Saturday at Peninsula College. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Graduation humor found on the top of a mortarboard as the graduates walk across campus to the ceremony site on the back lawn Saturday at Peninsula College. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

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