Angelene Jamison-Hall, professor of African and African-American studies, worries that her students may live in "a lonelier world" than students did in years past. "A lot of students drive to campus, go to class and then hurry off to work. I don't know how they do it," she says.
"I tell my students they have way too much going on in their lives. Their jobs and family responsibilities don't allow them sufficient time to really think through and enjoy their college learning."