As a part of graduation weekend, the seniors wear all white (plus accessories in our class color, blue) and then carry a long laurel chain to wrap around the grave of the college founder. We are joined on all sides by alumnae dating back to 1946 and beyond who are on campus for their reunions. When there, we sing the school song and Bread and Roses in tribute to labor strikes from the early 20th century.
|An alumnae class processes in their class color, red.|
My dress was just a basic white one from eShakti, and I wore our class scarf and a pretty floral wreath that I got off of Etsy. My plan for the dress, because it is cotton, is to dye it so that I can wear it again, maybe dark purple or red.
So, for now, onto the corporate job that I blogged about previously. Then, back to academia for graduate school.