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Getting Gen-Y’s Attention: 101

Even if I had the money to buy every textbook I ever needed in college, most of them would have collected dust on my shelves all semester. One could chalk it up to having a typical Millenial attention span –one … Continued

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Coming to America

“It’s not going to be as easy as you think,” said my father. I nodded in agreement. We were sitting in our living room, on the other side of the world, in New Delhi, India. My visa application papers rested … Continued

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A Call for a New Education System

By Adam Di Stefano The education system is broken.  The way I see it, there are three potential purposes for education: To help kids find the right path for themselves. To help kids prepare for their careers. To teach kids … Continued

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All-Girl or All-Boy is a Good Thing

During my four years of high school, I didn’t have to deal with PDAs in the hallway or drama in homeroom over the school’s cutest couple breaking up, or worry about a slipping social status because I wasn’t dating a … Continued

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Playing Catch Up

Allow me to set the stage. There’s a beautiful backdrop. The trees, painted on the flats because it’s a junior high play, are vibrant with various shades and hues of green. The shade they give off looks inviting, like you … Continued

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The Interview: Tom O’Keefe, A Millennial Teacher

By Andreana “Addy” Drencheva  Tom O’Keefe graduated from Villanova University with a major in Communication and a minor in Business. As a member of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, Tom teaches a weekly writing class for high school sophomores, helps with … Continued

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The iPad: A Revolutionary Classroom Tool?

The amount of applications Seton Hill University will receive for their Class of 2014 has likely skyrocketed, all because of iPads. OK, so that’s probably not true – please, seniors, don’t base your college decisions on some (very sweet) free … Continued

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Full time student, Part time worker

It is still dark out and just about every other senior on campus is peacefully sleeping after another successful night celebrating the second semester.

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Lessons in Adulthood

Adulthood was brutally thrust upon me.  I lived at home while I went to college, so I never had the 4 or so years of weaning off of my parents that most grads have.  Instead, almost a year after finishing … Continued

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We Know The Answers, But Do We Have The Questions?

By Carlee Mallard A Pew Research Center study shows that Millenials are on their way to becoming the most educated generation in history, meaning that more of us are graduating with undergraduate and graduate level degrees than any other generation. … Continued