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How young people's minds have changed

Young people aren't the same as they used to be. In fact, what it means to be smart and in college is different than it was years ago, new reports suggest.

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Young people’s minds aren’t what they used to be.
New reports have surfaced that show the culture of what it means to be a collegiate student, and what it means to be young in general, are changing.
For one, young people aren’t interested in reading for fun anymore, Time magazine reported. A lot of this can be blamed on the rise of technology, wrote Charlotte Alter for Time.
“And so we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the — Snapchat,” Alter wrote.
As students become more involved in technology, they’re starting to miss ...

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