Daily Archives: September 5, 2016

Criteria of adulthood varies

Speaking of defining an adult, we tend to refer to physical aspects such as getting married or bearing children, or think of mental changes like getting rid of reckless thoughts and thinking realistically and comprehensively. However, what we have ignored is … Continue reading

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Adulting- Lifelong attempt

The age of  18 has always been the boundary between teenage and adulthood for most people. As teenagers reached the age of 18, they can vote, live alone and even marry with the one they love. Countless numbers of rights are given to … Continue reading

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Growing Up Through the Eyes of Tumblr and Twitter

Sometime between this: https://twitter.com/rachelbutler9/status/772877149015506944 …and this: My little buddy is getting married today!!! #MySon #AllGrownUp https://t.co/Bj20D7sXgU — Rob Mancuso (@robmancuso) September 4, 2016 We GROW UP.   Each of us will be an adult one day (if we aren’t already), and … Continue reading

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Monday, September 5

I hope you all are having a lovely, safe Labor Day holiday. Common First Week Assignments Returned You should have received an email from TSquare yesterday, indicating that your grades for the Common First Week Project have been released to … Continue reading

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Coming of Age: Physically – Yes, Mentally – Mayyybe

Over the years, coming of age has gained MANY different meanings. From the idea that coming of age only refers to physical stature to the added complexity through emphasis on mental development as well, “coming of age”‘s definition has been … Continue reading

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