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Going to school until 35
When I was a kid, someone asked me what I would like to do when I would be a grown up. My answer was “I will go to school until 35.” The adult said that there are only 13 school years and that I would have finished them way before turning 35. I insisted that I would go to school until 35. And actually, I graduate from my second doctorate when I was 35.
As a kid I always loved going back to school. It meant being out of the control of my mom from 7 am to 2:30 pm and twice a week even 6:00 pm. It also meant clothes shopping, new shoes and new clothes and once in a while a piece of new jewelry from my grandpa Oscar.
Today I am still excited about back to school. It means a new class, new students and sharing my knowledge with the next generation of students.
A trend returns: Show your major in your jewelry
When I was a graduate student in the 80s, it was hip to show you major in your jewelry. As an undergraduate I wore a sailing plane around my neck as a link to aviation meteorology. When I graduated my mom gave me a frog pendant. In Germany, frog are thought to be able to forecast the weather.
It’s great to see the trend is back. Students again show their major in their accessories. It’s not just as the college tees. They don fashion rings and necklaces related to the things they study.
Fisheries and ocean sciences
Fisheries and ocean sciences students don fish studs, ocars and other beasts of the sea.
The UAF College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences has a big tank with real star fishes. At an outreach event, I once petted one of the star fishes. I also watched them eating pieces of halibut. It looks like they turn their stomach inside out for eating. Starfishes are so interesting, don’t you think so?
The romantic gal may even don a mermaid with a waiving tail. How cute is that? When taking notes the little mermaid on the finger seems to swim with any motion of the hand.
Biology and wildlife go (neo?) Bohemian
Flower power is hip. But the flowers aren’t abstract anymor. They are very close to the real. Daisies, leaves, little roses, even little bugs in sterling silver with gold or enamel accents. See some of the cute examples of fashion necklaces and rings below.
Do you agree with Meg Ryan as Kathleen Kelly, who said in the movie You’ve got Mail:Aren't daisies the most friendliest flowers? #moviequote Click To Tweet
Speaking of movies, remember the elephant parade and its song in the Jungle Book movie? The scene where the little elephant teaches Mowgli how to walk in line? If so, you may be excited about the finger band below.
Did you know that Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book fables were first published in magazines in 1893–94 with illustrations by his father John Lockwood Kipling? Did you know that the Jungle Books were witten in Vermont in the United States? The second book was published in 1895.
Another fun fact related to back-to-school: When I taught at the University of Leipzig, the students gave me the nickname Bagheera inspired by the panther who helped Mowgli.
Pre-med and vet majors
Who wouldn’t identify a biology or chemistry students with a heart beat necklace as a pre-med major?
Theater, arts and music
Do you have a theater, arts or music student in your family? What about gifting them a guitar pendant necklace when they go back to college?
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