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Sarah D’Adamo discusses The New Education by Cathy N. Davidson in “What Can Millenials Teach Us About the University?” D’Adamo writes, “Perhaps more fragile and contested than ever before, the university today feels overdetermined by our ideas of what it should or shouldn’t be. But if we put these aside, instead looking only at how universities interact with their own students—how they communicate with them, how they organize their lives, their value, and their learning, and what they charge them and why—a colder, truer picture of the university emerges. As studies of the millennial generation increasingly highlight, this reality of “student experience” has grave implications far beyond the academy, threatening our economy and society at large…”

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