How to make a statement at your graduation

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Decorate Your Hat

This is a cute and simple way to proclaim your personality. Grab a glue gun, some glitter and popsicle sticks the only limit to this arts and crafts project is your own imagination.

 

Say my Name

People always mess up your name reading it at the podium anyways, so you might as well give them a name worth reading.  Jack Mehoff, Jennie Talia, Holden McGroin or Anita Cocke are all good options, but see what you can come up with on your own.

 

Pull a Patch Adams

Whether you moon the crowds, hang your cap on your other head or let it all hang loose, showing some skin is the biggest last statement you can make.

 

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