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St. Thomas Student Tries to Shake "Entitlement Generation" Label

A new book by a couple of professors about today's university students has caused a bit of a stir. It's called "Campus Confidential: 100 Startling Things You Don't Know About Canadian Universities". Among other things, authors Kenneth Coates and William Morrison paint this generation of students as the "Entitlement Generation." Lauren Bird of St. Thomas University takes issue with the label.

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