The Grad School Saga

The Grad School SagaMFA Design students at the School of Visual ArtsMFA Design students at the School of Visual Arts

MFA Design students at the School of Visual Arts (MFA Designer as Author + Entrepreneur) were asked to illustrate today’s New York Times Education Life section devoted to Grad Schools. Based on Scott Stowell’s class “Explaining Yourself,” the students developed a feature titled “The Grad Life,” a series of lively info graphic “snapshots” covering such topics as maintaining a love life, deciding to sacrifice, where the money goes, and more. See them here.

The students are Camille McMorrow (“Diminishing Returns in Love & Grad School), Joanna Kuczek “My Life Pre Grad School”), Adam Katz (“How I Came To Realize I Needed To Go To Grad School”), Michael Croxton (“Mood Swings on an Average Day”), Sebastian Ebarb (“Maintaining and Engagement”), Tim Hucklesby (“Ships in the Night”) and  Jesse Senje Yuan (“Where Did Jesse’s Money Go?”) (all from the Class of 2012).

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