It’s the graduation cap you know, but it’s not the same one you’ve seen for the last decade.
It’s actually a new one that’s been designed by an art student at Stanford.
It’s not just the style.
It isn’t just the color.
It won’t be the same color, but the decorations are pretty much the same, with the exception of the gradients.
It started as a simple idea that one student had in her head: the idea of decorating a graduation cap.
“There was a really strong sense of this was kind of the beginning of something, but this is not something we’ve done before,” says Jonathan Sadowski, who helped design the new graduation caps.
And there’s a lot to do.
“It’s kind of like a giant poster, or a piece of wallpaper, that’s being hung on a wall,” he says.
The graduations will be the first to have a full set of graduations, with new graduations every three years.
The cap will also be a way for the community to mark the event, which will be on a big screen, with a special panel on the outside where you can watch it live.
“The graduations have always been a part of the university and community, and we wanted to have some sort of visual representation of that,” says Sadowsky.
“That’s kind for me, and I think it’s something that’s important for people who have been here and who are interested in it, to understand the process of what it takes to put on a graduations cap.”
The caps are meant to be an interactive experience.
Each gradation will be a new experience, with all the graduation ceremonies on the inside of the cap, like a big, big display.
And each cap will feature a different color, to represent different graduations.
The colors are the same as the gradings on the walls, so the gradations can be worn in a variety of ways.
“Graduation ceremonies are really the culmination of a lot of things that we’ve been trying to do as a school and as an institution over the years,” says Stanford spokesman Ryan Schmitt.
“We really feel like this is a really important part of that, so we wanted this to be really a part in that process.”
There will be special graduations in honor of current and former students, alumni, faculty, and staff.
The ceremony for the new cap will be held at 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 20, at the end of the school year.
There will be several graduations at the same time, so they can all be attended by students, faculty and staff alike.
The cap design will be unveiled in early April.
If you want to see it in person, you can take part in a special graduation event at the Stanford Library in Palo Alto, where the cap is currently hanging.
The event starts at 8 a.m., and will last until 1 p.n.m.; there’s no admission fee.
The library will also hold a ribbon cutting ceremony at the beginning or at 1 p .m. to unveil the new gradations.
Sadowski says the cap was a way to create a “big-picture” piece of artwork, so it’s a “really cool” and “interesting” way to do graduations on the Stanford campus.
He says the idea for the cap came from seeing the cap on display at the library, and realizing it’s an integral part of a tradition.
“It was just really a fun way to say, ‘Okay, this is what we’re trying to accomplish, and it’s really exciting,'” he says, adding that he also had to think about what other things would be a better way to present the cap.
Stanford has a lot more graduations to celebrate this year.
This year, it has five more gradations than the year before.
The university has a number of different gradations, including the Golden Gate Bridge graduation, and the commencement of a new science course.
“We’re trying our best to have as many graduations as we can,” says Schmitt, who says that there will be many gradations over the next several years.
“I think it will really be up to the community and the community of the city, who have the right to decide how the cap should look and what they want to be a part, what their role is.”
The Stanford graduations won’t have a cap, and students are free to wear them on campus, or anywhere else.
But Sadowsski says it’s important to let people know that the cap will not be a permanent fixture at the school.
“If they are not wearing it, then that’s OK, but they should be aware of that because it’s just something that happens,” he said.
Sadowksi says there is no cap in the new graduate caps because the colors don’t match the colors of the previous