College Students Aspire to Be Citizens of the World

Ashley Thorne

Over at NAS.org, we occasionally re-post one or two pieces from the same month a year ago in order not to lose sight of some of NAS's best articles and the ones that have received the most attention. Today we re-post an article NAS president Peter Wood wrote after visiting Macalester College and noticing its Institute for Global Citizenship. What is "global citizenship" anyway? According to a Macalester student, it's "universal universalism." Huh?

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