The Horizon

Adult life is sometimes underwhelming

Sara Holubar, Spanish and English writing senior, said that as a child she really wanted to be a mom and have the ability to make her own decisions. Picture drawn by Holubar.

Charlyn Corum, Staff Reporter

February 9, 2016

Buying a house and having a family ends up being more complex than a childhood wish. Children fantasize over what their adult life will be like.  They dream about what occupation they want, how many cars they will have and how big their house and family will be. When children become adults they...