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  • “In this day in age when most students are only interested in themselves and their careers, this shows that some people still care deeply about education at Wesleyan,” Falbel said. (Wesleyan University Argus, Apr. 24, 2001)
  • We’re in the day in age when you’re looking at the radio stations playing a lot of hard rock, rap and bubble gum pop music. (Univ. of Tennessee Daily Beacon, Apr. 8, 2002)
  • There are many societal differences in today’s day in age as opposed to the Tudor England period. (Virginia Wesleyan College Marlin Chronicle, Oct. 1, 2004)
  • “Overall, I’d have to give Phish the biggest influence credit, but that’s more because they defined what it is to be a band in our day in age,” Watkins said. (Univ. of Alabama Crimson White, Dec. 1, 2004)

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