“We’ve been through hell and back multiple times. Yet… She’s still the girl who makes my heart skip a beat and gives me feelings I never thought truly existed. Maybe she’s a disaster. But she’s my disaster.”
I graduate on the 1st of December and I see Taylor on the 7th and 8th of December! School has never been a good place for me, I felt alone a lot of the time and I was just never really good at making friends. I have decided to make a new start when I graduate and what better way to make a new start then seeing Taylor Swift twice I CAN’T WAIT.
BIG thanks to new Kingston graduate Jack Taylor for sending us a set of his 4 limited edition risograph prints – we’re chuffed to bits with them! Made to go with his screen-printed concertina book ‘LOST’, which explores the lives and stories that go on around us in cities – the prints offer a sneak peek into people’s lives, and encourage us to think up our own narratives around them.
Could you do a graduation speech video? Not give an actual graduation speech but a theoretical one on the vlogbrothers channel to pass on any wisdom (or humor) for all the new graduates? It would absolutely make my year if you would do it.
I still remember this moment
In the back of my mind
We were the kings and the queens
The night you danced like you knew our lives
Would never be the same
It was the end of a decade
But the start of an age
Fashion Blogger Claire Geist Shoots with the Diana Baby 110
Claire Geist is an accomplished fashion blogger based in New York. She recently graduated from The New School in NYC. Find out more about her in this exclusive interview and check out the pictures she took with the Lomography Diana Baby 110 camera. http://bit.ly/1F9hWMP
Now y'all know I was gonna have to represent DC at graduation. I wouldn’t be the person who I am today if I didn’t grow up here. Being at The New School put me in an environment that I’ve never had to be in: white spaces. I’ve always seen Black and that’s all I knew. Granted, I’ve been uncomfortable for years being Black at a PWI, but that’s exactly what I needed. I needed to be here to change my way of thinking and see different perspectives. And also, I needed to be here to be as unapologetically Black as I could ever be.
I want to dedicate my graduation to Mike Brown and all of the other young Black kids taken down in their prime. I graduated for all of you and you’re not forgotten. BLACK LIVES MATTER ALWAYS.