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Four Lessons I’ve Learned Away From the Classroom & Out of the Office

My time-hop this morning was one of the last pictures I ever took as an undergraduate.  I was cripplingly hungover from our senior bar crawl the night before and riddled with anxiety by the uncertainty […]

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The Price We Pay: Higher Education and Opportunity

Here we are. We are in the midst of the holiday season awaiting the prospect to start afresh in the coming new year. Isn’t that always the case? Aren’t we all just looking for a […]

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Schooled for Life?

Reading this article in light of recently graduating from college, I considered the validity of this statement: “[Schools] teach us everything other than the two skills that really determine the quality of adult life; knowing […]

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Why College Tuition Rates are Ruining the American Dream

In his 1931 book, The Epic of America, James Truslow Adams defined the American dream as “that dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for […]

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Why the College Education System Fails Its Students

Although I have learned a lot in my journalism classes, I still don’t feel fully “prepared” to produce work that my future company and I can be proud of. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve gained […]