Having been affected by the COVID-19, 45 graduation ceremonies were held and live-streamed by respective departments and colleges of ISU. For the very first time, the College of Indigenous Studies held an open-air graduation ceremony, inviting all graduands to attend the ceremony in traditional costumes. ISU also invited a priest from the Paiwan tribe to bless all graduands with coming-of-age rituals and encourage them to bear more responsibilities after they leave the campus.

Graduands from different tribes walked on a runway in their traditional costumes and received a big applause from the audience.

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