Photographer's Note

Most of these events are closed and only students baptized according to our traditions are allowed to participate. The two major Szakestélys for the graduating students are opened for relatives/partners/friends of the graduating students.
Since ’unbaptised pagans’ - as we call all those people, who didn’t have the luck to belong to us and as result have to live their boring and miserable lives without these beautiful traditions - don’t know the rules of a Szakestély, they had to be informed how they should behave. That’s what the vice-president (Major Domus) of the Szakestély is doing at the picture. (In the WS you can see the wider-scope) One of the basic rules is that during the Szakestély every authority or rank becomes null and void. The supreme authority is held by the president (Praeses) of the Szakestély, whose word is sacrosanct: even professors are obliged to follow his/her words and have to address him/her with due respect if they wish to speak during the event. Most of these events are presided by a student, just like in this case, which was presided by the president of the Graduating Committee. Though it may seem a bit rigid, these events are held in high spirits and offers the possibility for students and teachers to come together for a casual passing of time. (See the other WS)
Nikon D90 + Nikon 50/1,2 wide-open, 1/60, iso 800.

PS: Sorry if the definition of unbaptised pagan is a bit offensive, I just gave you the exact definition. ;-)

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