SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - It was a first for the commencement ceremony at San Diego Mesa College.
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Associated Student Government President Igor Burgos Maron proposed to his girlfriend Sarah Farmer during the ceremony. Farmer is an alumnus of San Diego Mesa College and said yes to the proposal.
The celebration and good wishes spilled out across social media over the weekend.
Today's Mesa College commencement was spectacular and ended with the Student Trustee's proposal to a former student. pic.twitter.com/D0U9Xbvfy1— Constance Carroll (@carrollsdccd) May 15, 2016
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