Like coins have two sides, topics and stories have more than one side as well. "Heads" represent the obvious aspects--those we see with our eyes. "Tails" represent the after-thought aspects that come when we try to see the viewpoint from an angle not our own. The two sides are supposed to give the same value to the topic.
Many people feel that instead of (or in addition to) the English, Math, Science, etc., classes about money, careers, home economics, and others should be mandatory. In this episode, let's look at why and why not.
Many college students experience the dreadful early wake up to make it to an 8am class. Some former students warn others against starting that early, while others embrace the early-in/early-out mindset. What about you??