[Soft pop music plays.]
>> Rob Schneider: "What this generation is going to experience is a world that is constantly changing."
>> Rebecca Spang: "But, we’re people. We can solve and address the more complex problems."
>> Ben Ibrulj: "I think especially in this climate, we need more critical thinkers. Liberal Arts prepares you for that, and…"
>> Andrea Lexman: "...being able to solve problems, being able to think critically, being able to be creative in their solutions."
>> Michael McGerr: "You learn how to tell a story, and that may not seem like much but, stories are what drive the world, stories are what drive our interest in the world."
>> Jocelyn Chia: "But then you just have to let the logic go and be more unconventional and out of the box in your thinking."
>> Karen Smith: "You’re never going to encounter a job where you don’t have philosophical problems. Whether it’s issues of truth, morality, ethics, you’re going to encounter it everywhere."
>> Rachel Desmarais: "I’ve realized that through my education here at IU, I’ve got the necessary skills to do anything, live anywhere, work in any kind of field."
>> AJ Boyd: "Just, the skills that you have are transferable literally anywhere."
>> Rebecca Spang: "A liberal arts education is becoming more valuable, not less."
[Music fades out.]