Five years ago, top Harvard College graduates flooded Wall Street. They were small cogs in a race-car engine, except the car was speeding over a cliff. It’s no wonder that today’s graduates are reconsidering their career choices.
But what do you think? Is it time to do away with the traditional college experience? Or, as countries such as India and China begin to see rapid expansion, is it time to push harder for more widespread, traditional schooling?
Teenage patients often ask Megan Moreno, assistant professor of pediatrics at University of Wisconsin, if they have to drink alcohol when they go to college. These patients are often not yet aware of the dangers of alcohol addiction among college students, she said.
“We shouldn’t limit ourselves to whether résumés will replace transcripts. We should be asking: What yet-to-be-seen innovation will replace both transcripts and traditional résumés?” - Dale J. Stephens, “The traditional transcript and résumé are dead.”