To solve the environmental crisis, we must foster the power to imagine
Towards the end of my senior year at Dartmouth, I saw my peers lining up outside the Career Services building. While waiting for their interviews for jobs at the company, all appeared to be dressed the same – the men wearing navy jackets, the women dark dresses. I thought back to my first day on campus four years ago, when we all wore different colors and dreamed of different futures. It was as if our upbringing, instead of enhancing our individualities and imaginations, had reduced them to uniformity.
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