So much wisdom can be gleaned from the words of our elder statesmen; well, at least now that our eldest statesmen are no longer around to filibuster them for 14 straight hours. Plaster their wise-talk on your walls, with Senioritis.
Dreamed up by three siblings while, apparently, scaling Everest (after deciding ice fishing and shark diving were too boring), Senioritis crafts chin-scratch-worthy paraphernalia (from prints to coasters) celebrating oft-political "famous seniors and senior moments", though they some how left out your totally rad second-semester streaking of Mr. Levy's American Studies class. Politician-based prints (all 11'' x 17'') include Honest Abe and his "Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt" on pink cardstock; John Adams on a faux composition book with a quote about education/living; and a black/red, peace-signing Nixon with "A man is not finished when he is defeated, he is finished when he quits", a truly inspiring call to action...had it been said by anyone other than Nixon. Non-civic greatness ranges from a blue Van Gogh considering color below a yellow sun; to Freud acknowledging that "sometimes a cigar is just a cigar"; to a purple/yellow Beethoven on sheets of music paper espousing his views that music>philosophy, an assertion proven accurate by the fact that Falco never wrote "Rock Me Aristotle".
Because your bod needs wisdom too, they've also just started crafting hoodies graffit'd with Einstein's likeness and the quote "Imagination is more important than knowledge": fair, though some past statesmen might've been inclined to keep those concepts segregated.