Today, we are showcasing our thesis project, which is the accumulation of four years. We do a final huge project where we just celebrate together and reflect with one another, as well as industry professionals. My project is actually an art therapy- based cancer support centre. So I personally wanted to give back in a special way. My concept is Spectrum Unity. So it’s a creative work and learn hub. So the idea is bringing education and industry into one building to work together to create new ideas. The Interior Design program, we try and encourage our students to engage conceptually but realizing though that the concepts and the abstract ideas they explore have to be incorporated into some sort of functional space. So we like to think that the thesis project show this marriage of conceptual thinking and programmatic requirements so that we’re training them to think, design thinking, but we’re also training them to go and work, uh, with real programs with real clients in the workplace. There’ve been a lot of really successful graduates from the program. An- and being someone that works with the design community on a day to day basis, I see, I see Humber grads and alum all over the place in the industry. So it’s, uh, it’s definitely known for… for producing some really great, talented designers. I actually have a interview in two weeks in, uh, Seattle for a firm, so I’m looking forward to that. I actually just got hired as a junior designer at Straticom, downtown Toronto. Humber is, um, a school that’s so diverse. Um, and the kind of approach Humber has, for not just our program, but for every other program, is so different to other schools. You know, everything is so hands on, and the teachers are so helpful, and I’m just, I’m- it feels great to be done, but I’m also sad. Like, I’m s- Humber was like my home. I taught this group in first year, and now, to see how far they’ve come in fourth year, it’s really a, a great feeling.They really matured as designers and as people. So I feel very proud. .