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Thursday, February 10, 2011

The Greatest Generation meets Generation Me

As more seniors opt to live closer to their alma-mater or various
college towns across America, new concepts are sprouting on how those
seniors will interact with the students on campus. According to a WSJ
article this week entitled, “Making Sure Athletes Go to Class”,
the University of Kansas has tapped a group of local seniors who are
tasked with keeping tabs on the student athletes to ensure they attend

In a tale filled with sweet talk and bribes, the article outlines a good example of the importance of keeping seniors active in their community and how it leads to building bonds with the "younger generation".

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