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Class Rings

maqmagmaqmag Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
If you have a BBA from a college and a MBA from another, which one you will wear? Can you wear both?

Replies to: Class Rings

  • zannahzannah Registered User Posts: 1,088 Senior Member
    Or wear neither. If you have a MBA in business and have a career in business then the ring from that degree. Truly, there are not many adults wearing high school or college rings at all and certainly not well after graduation.
  • alex3008alex3008 Registered User Posts: 15 Junior Member
    I've never seen any one wear a ring
  • labegglabegg Registered User Posts: 2,554 Senior Member
    @Alex3008 then you aren't from Texas and an Aggie! As the parent of a freshly minted Aggie, I have suddenly become very aware of something I know I rare noticed before. I had two meetings recently, one with a <10year A&M grad who was wearing her ring. I noticed it almost immediately and commented on it. I specifically asked if the "Aggie Network" was really as extensive as is claimed. She told me that her first job came from an Aggie grad. The following day my husband and I had a meeting with a financial advisor, slightly older than ourselves ( early 50's), he was wearing his Aggie ring, when I asked him about his ring, he said he is never without it. Apparently the ring helps them to identify each other!
  • privatebankerprivatebanker Registered User Posts: 3,158 Senior Member
    Service academies do as well. West Pointers are known as ring knockers
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