During this Thanksgiving weekend, I can imagine several dinner table conversations about college plans. I would not be surprised by pressure on next year’s college freshmen to declare an undergraduate major before indulging in the pumpkin pie.
One would think receiving a report card laced with A's would be a satisfying experience. However, I recently learned firsthand that this is not always the case.
January is the traditional time for resolutions. Most of us aim our pledges of self-improvement at the body — eating a more healthful diet, exercising, getting more rest. I would like to make a few suggestions for New Year's resolutions aimed at improving the mind:
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