Almost four decades after graduating from college, journalist Barrett Seaman returned to campus, spending time living among students at a dozen different universities and colleges. He found that college life has changed dramatically since his own undergraduate years.

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  • Barrett Seaman former Time Magazine reporter and editor. He has been a trustee at Hamilton College, his alma mater, since 1989.

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