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March 19, 2014 4:43 PM

SATs don’t always mark a successful path

I just experienced the thrill of being invited back to my alma mater to speak to undergraduate students. The invitation came from Jack Lule, journalism chair at Lehigh University, from which I graduated in 1984. That someone in Lule’s position would think students could benefit from listening to me for an hour gave me a measure of pride.

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