IAN WHARTON, THE GUARDIAN:
"As students and imminent graduates of creative education, you have an audience. Some will be expectant and hopeful by what your contribution to the world will be; others will be more concerned as to whether or not they will be displaced by you. The fact remains, they are all waiting for your input, regardless.
"And not to lay undue weight on your shoulders, you will be looked to as a reminder of the serendipitous nature of ideas, the usefulness and importance of youth in creativity and what it feels like to nip at the heels of others."
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