The Grad School Gospels is a series of posts inspired by Dirk Hayhurst‘s The Bullpen Gospels. In the Bullpen Gospels, Hayhurst tells stories from his struggle to self-actualize through professional baseball. Inspired by Hayhurst and the many commonalities I noticed between the minor league track to the Majors, as he described it, and my experience . . . → Read More: Death By Trolley: The Grad School Gospels – Part 5: The University Graduate Entitlement Complex
If Generation X, the class of ’61 to ’81, is truly disengaged, disinterested, disbelieving of global warming and its impacts, what does that hold for the future?
As the Boomers retire and fade in both economic and political influence, it is the X’ers who inherit the reins of power or whatever is left of . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Will Generation X Face Revolt?
Generation X may be squarely in the crosshairs of global warming but a great many of them just don’t care. A survey conducted by the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research found just 5% of American Gen X’ers, born 1961 to 1981, claimed to be “alarmed” over global warming. 66% of respondents said they . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Inherit the Earth