Volume 9, Issue 1
Where intellectuals and problem-solving segments meet is where the recognition for reform rises, and more often than not this originates on college campuses. Students and educators are known for passionate ideas and thought leading theories, and this frequently positions college campuses at the forefront of important historical events and movements.
It may be difficult to imagine now, but soon, the same students who spent last semester hunkered over test prep books, churning out a considerable number of essays, and poring over college applications will have trouble finishing simple assignments this spring semester. In a high school senior’s mind, with college applications submitted and graduation around the corner, the most challenging part of the year is over, and the finish line is within sight. But they’re not quite there yet.