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NYT: How to Live Wisely

How to Live Wisely
Imagine you are Dean for a Day. What is one actionable change you would implement to enhance the college experience on campus? I have asked students this question for years. The answers can be eye-opening. A few years ago, the responses began to move away

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NPR: Teen Creates “Sit With US” App for Bullied Kids

A bullied teen creates a website for other bullied kids in school called “Sit With Us”. Check it out!

Teen Creates ‘Sit With Us’ App For Bullied Kids
You know when you’re at a cafeteria, you’ve got your lunch and then you just don’t know where to sit? You

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NYTimes: Graduating and Looking for Your Passion? Just Be Patient

Graduating and Looking for Your Passion? Just Be Patient
For all their grandeur and euphoria, graduation ceremonies can be harrowing. Until that momentous day, you’re a student whose job is to do what your teacher asks. Now you have to ask things of yourself – but what? If you’re

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My Chinese Wonders If It’s White Enough

By Ed Diokno

She’s 18 years old and she’s a student in the Boston public schools. She presented her poem “My Chinese” and brought down the house at the “Louder Than A Bomb” slam poetry contest held in Boston last week.
Unfortunately I don’t have her name. Who is

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