Many students come into college worried about earning potential. It's our job as advisers to ask the deeper questions. We need to find the why. The world would be a much happier place if everyone pursued their passions and followed their hearts rather then letting money and others decide their path.
Back in the summer of 2009, Portland, Oregon-based designer and creative director Ian Coyle decided that he would print a daily thought for 73 days straight. Using his 1950's letterpress, he printed and inked by hand these messages that seem to have new meaning as we begin this new year. "Some were random, some pertinent, it was a great way to end each day," he says of the project.