letters | HIGHER ED: GETTING THEIR MONEY’S WORTH
Encourage youth to dream big, ask big questions
Paul L. Nevins writes: Some things are more important in one’s own life and in the life of a society than making money and acquiring things. Young people should be encouraged to dream big dreams and to ask big questions. They and the universities in which they study should eschew the advice of those who suggest that they should put aside their goals and aspirations to satisfy the cold, insensitive, and unrewarding needs of the market.