Advice to College Grads from a mid-30 year old

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For students entering their final years of study, attending Alumni seminars can either be insightful or outright boring. It’s not necessarily the fault of the Alumni: most of the time, the panelists are 15–20 years deep into their careers and have obtained distinguished positions. Their academic years are far behind them, and many of their curernt practices are based on experiences in their professional lives…

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Christopher is a firm believer in balanced political discourse, which can lead to a better world. Creator of the Strong and Free Podcast.

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