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Graduation held for Oikos University students
OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- A graduation ceremony was held for Oakland's Oikos University students Saturday, two months to the day of a deadly shooting rampage there.
The ceremony took place at the Praise God Korean Church in Oakland.
It's a particularly emotional time for the graduating students. On April 2, six students and a school employee died at Oikos during a shooting spree there.
A former student, 43-year old One Goh, has been charged with the shootings.
Classes resumed at the school on April 30 but many students refused to go back and were transferred to Unitek College in Fremont.
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