I spent 5 years at BYU and all I got was this:
I know the PROOF makes it difficult to see what is going on, but see the Jimmer sitting on my shoulder? Uh...creepy. I will admit that during commencement (while they were reminding us donate to BYU throughout our careers) I searched through the program for Jimmer's name, because I thought it would be neat. I didn't find it, but luckily I have THIS souvenir instead to remind me that I graduated the same year as the basketball star. Also, my tassle looks like it is blowing in the wind.
But really, graduation was neat. I expected to feel more, hmmm, accomplished, and I dunno, proud. But mostly I was just wondering how much longer the ceremony was going to last and when the United States is going to abolish the lame square caps. I also felt like a nun.
Thank you BYU and my parents for a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Now I get to answer the question so many have asked me the past few years, "What are you planning to do with that."
As of right now, I don't really know.