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The iGen Shift: Colleges Are Changing to Reach the Next Generation

The New York Times, August 2, 2018

By Laura Pappano.

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Laura Pappano, WCW writer-in-residence, writes in the New York Times about how college-bound iGens (Gen Z-ers) are transforming the way college administrators and faculty communicate and what they prioritize.

She writes, “A generation that rarely reads books or emails, breathes through social media, feels isolated and stressed but is crazy driven and wants to solve the world’s problems (not just volunteer) is now on campus.”

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