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Fall 2014 Semester: A Reflection

September – December 2014

This semester has by far been the most interesting, eventful, and exciting one yet. It’s one of those experiences where growth is inevitably present; not only can it be seen, but it can be felt — and that’s not something that happens often. 1,080 more words

An Entitlement Complex, or Gen Y's Quest for Meaning?

In the late 1950s, Frederick Herzberg conducted surveys on what we now term “The Greatest Generation,” those who fought during WWII. Selecting a group of factory workers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Herzberg asked “what do you like and dislike about your job?” After months of research and a literature review of thousands of similar studies, Herzberg concluded that there were two factors that predicted whether someone would like or dislike their position. 1,561 more words

Philosophy