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Looking inwards - Gen Z

While the idea of synchronicity, and the prospect of where research would lead me to quantify synchronicity is exciting and 'beyond the predictable', what excites me when it comes to the change I want to see is a better life for the students I taught at the Academy of Design. It always plays in my mind that they have found a home within AOD, and how I could expand that acceptance to the rest of Gen Z. Diana's words ring in my ears of my unique relationship with Gen Z. How I connect with them, how they respond to me, and why they respond well to me. While scrolling through Facebook, I came across a video of Santhush Weeraman, a small clip. It wasn't much, but it said something in the lines of 'Tradition is passed down, and culture is now'.

This seems a bit interesting. There's something to it.

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