The art of doing what’s right
In a time when people are obsessed with social media, it may appear out of step to communicate with today’s graduates via the old-fashioned printed word.
Sorry, but Facebook lacks the depth to help prepare young people for what lies ahead and President Trump has confirmed repeatedly that intellectual capacity is no requirement to tweet.
And Russia has, so far, failed to find a way to hack newspapers.
With access to so much information and technology, it’s increasingly difficult to sift through the noise and find the truth.
Until now, it probably felt like none of that mattered in your life. You were focused on more important things, like the next football game, preparing your duet act for state forensics, or wondering if you’d get an extra day to turn in your history assignment.
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