п»їTaylor Carson

Teacher Tejada

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We. Introduction:

A. Quote: " Take a risk, be a rebel, ignore the typical wisdom, have a stand and make an alteration, if something is wrong state it and say this loud, you have no idea what a difference you can make. Today you have earned your degree. Congratulations to class of 2013 ” B. These were the bittersweet words I actually heard as I moved my own tassel from your right to still left. My name is Taylor Carson and i also am a Gaucho! C. Some of may very well not know what meaning to be a Gaucho and when My spouse and i am completed I think you will have a better understanding. June thirteenth 2013 marked a day in my life that I would never forget; it was not only an stopping to an amazing chapter, but also just the beginning. II. Body:

A. Background information

1 ) The UCSB/Isla Vista bubble is one of the weirdest places in the us and to think I had the privilege of living presently there for several years. UCSB is its very own little haven and in that paradise I had formed to figure out how you can balance my academic life with my sociable life. 2 . As you can see this graduation hat represents each of the hard work that I have done to earn my personal degree and everything the adornments represent all of the fun remembrances I have got, the exciting people I have attained, and the unforgettable experiences I spent in Santa Barbara. B. In this speech I am hoping share with you my own experiences for UCSB and my change I underwent in operating towards earning my degree from beginning as the a) Freaked out junior

b) Turning out to be the educational sophomore

c) To having the mentality of " Amazing, I go to an awesome institution like this, this is certainly a joke” junior d) And finally in a smooth sailing elderly ready to attempt a new venture.

1 . Looking at my own first season in school I was that all confused stereotypical freshman who was walking on the bike routes because I didn't recognize that pedestrians no longer had the right aside in, cyclists do. Finding it frightening when racking your brains on what classes...