Thesis is a time to draw, write, and project. It is a time to speculate one’s own future, while articulating the starting positions of one’s own positions. Thesis is also a time to theatrically present a sense of occasion by constructing a platform to perform the idea that the student drew, wrote, and projected. It is a time to ask oneself: what is the notion of “good” in one’s own work? What is good? The community self v. the hermit self? The choice may be simple at times, or we might say that there does not need to be a choice at all.