I sat down this week with Dr. Fiorella Terenzi, an astrophysicist who’s single-handedly trying to make education far more interesting and relevant for hundreds of college students.

And boy, does higher education need the help these days, amid admissions scandals, skyrocketing tuition, billionaire dropouts, endless distractions, and seemingly everyone’s burning ambition to become an influencer.

But Terenzi believes that being a student “is a way to find what they like, who they are. A lot of young brains, they want to be actors, they want to be biology students, they want to be an oceanographer but they want to be a dancer, so why not experiment with both? Why not to set this imagination free in a student? We all have to gain

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