A Perfect Ratio

Three Art Practice Majors and a Business Major.  Four college graduates ready to make their mark.

I like that ratio.

My daughter graduated last month from Saint Mary’s College of California, a terrific liberal arts college in the San Francisco Bay Area.  She is one of the three, an Art Practice major.  Two of her best friends from college also have their degrees in Art Practice.  Her third friend is a business major now preparing for grad school.

The photo above shows the four walking toward the graduation ceremony.  As I viewed this photo I thought of that ratio, three to one.  Art to business.  Impractical to practical.  New approaches to established rules.  

They will find their way and we will all be the better.

Note: I know what you are thinking … the young man in the photo is one of the artists who also played on this year’s national championship rugby team for Saint Mary’s.  One of the young women is the business major.  The old rules are just that, old.

A world of responsibility awaits.  Established rules to learn.  New approaches to explore. Congratulations to Lauren and her great friends.

Do good. Be the difference. Create.

8 thoughts on “A Perfect Ratio

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