VIEWPOINT: SPECIAL – College Edition

Millennials – defined as being born 1981-2000 – are often given a bad rap; accused of being entitled, coddled and self-centered. So, we reached out to some area college students to address these stereotypes and possibly shed a new light on this generation – the largest since the Baby Boomers. Our diverse, student panel discuss these negative labels and how religion and ethics play a role in their lives.

Jennifer Dorcinvil, Miami Dade College
Sara Haroon, Florida International University
Matthew Hogue-Smith, Barry University
Alicia Santana, University of Miami
Jose Luis Sirven, Florida International University
Lunide Sylne, Miami Dade College
Constance Thurmond, Miami Dade College
Avi Zemel, University of Miami