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Stance. Prepare to Declare.

Stance. Prepare to Declare.

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Published by Ian Arthur Spaeth

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Categories:Types, School Work
Published by: Ian Arthur Spaeth on Apr 27, 2012
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial


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For many of us going to college, this is our first real time on our own. Living away from the house, in a different city, or even in a different state or country. It’s a time that forces usto figure out how to be self-sufficient and figure out who we really are. Our new environments have new ideas and standards that make us question what we believe. Everything istested, from what our political stances are to how we interact with others. But these obstacles don’t stop once we graduate to the real world, they’re still there.
Now, I won’t soapbox about the importance of being politically informed and active, but it
important. And while we’re out there “fighting the good fight,” we need to keep in mindthat everyone is entitled to their own opinion. But, opinions
best when well-informed, even when those well-informed opinions clash with our own. And many of us need help toprepare our well-informed opinions. Today, I am happy to announce that

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