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Title: The First Year Student at SRU Our Millennials


1
The Millennial Generation
2
Title Slide
Millennials ENTER College
3
Most students now entering our universities were
born in 1987These first-year students were
born in the year of the stock market crash,
baby Jessica, and a new Coke was
introduced to the public.
4
Birth Year
5
  • Best Picture
  • The Last Emperor
  • Best Actor
  • Michael Douglas Wall Street
  • Best Actress
  • Cher - Moonstruck
  • Top Songs
  • Candle In The Wind Elton John
  • Got My Mind On You George Harrison

1987
Pres. Reagan challenges Mikhail Gorbachev to
tear down the Berlin Wall Unemployment is at
its all time low The Cosby Show continues to be
number one on T.V.
Prices House 121,021 Car 7,012 Milk 2.98 Gas
1.07 Bread 1.28 Postage Stamp 0.22 Avg. Income
13,523
  • Americas Cup won by U.S. Yacht
  • Super Bowl New York Giants
  • World Series Minnesota Twins

6
1983
Age 1
7
1988
Best Picture Rain Man Best Actor Dustin Hoffman
Rain Man Best Actress Jodie Foster The
Accused Top Songs Faith George Michael Dont
Worry, Be Happy Bobby McFerrin
READ MY LIPS, NO NEW TAXES! is pledge of George
Bush as he is elected President John F. Kennedy,
Jr. is named Sexiest Man Alive by People
Magazine The Cosby Show is Number 1 again for
the fourth straight year Shuttle Discovery is
launched successfully
Prices House 123,182 Car 7,222 Milk 2.00 Gas
1.07 Bread 1.28 Postage Stamp 0.25 Avg. Income
13,929
  • Summer Olympics held in South Korea
  • NBA L.A. Lakers
  • World Series Los Angeles
  • Super Bowl Washington

8
1983
Age 2
9
1989
Best Picture Driving Miss Daisy Best Actor Daniel
Day-Lewis My Left Foot Best Actress Jessica
Tandy Driving Miss Daisy Top Songs Wind Beneath
My Wings Bette Midler Dont Know Much Linda
Ronstandt
The Berlin Wall crumbles as does the Soviet Union
ending the Cold War President Bush raises taxes
after campaigning he would not do so Pete Rose is
banished from baseball for life for sports
gambling Cheers becomes TVs biggest show
Prices House 124,348 Car 8,243 Milk 2.14 Gas
1.08 Bread 1.29 Postage Stamp 0.25 Avg. Income
14,347
  • Kentucky Derby Sunday Silence
  • Stanley Cup Calgary Flames
  • Super Bowl San Francisco

10
1983
Age 3
11
1990
Best Picture Dances With Wolves Best
Actor Jeremy Irons Reversal Of Fortune Best
Actress Kathy Bates - Misery Top Songs From A
Distance Bette Midler To The Extreme Vanilla
Ice
  • Ive Fallen and I Cant Get Up! becomes a catch
    phrase based upon a T.V. ad for emergency call
    necklaces
  • McDonalds opens its largest restaurant in Moscow
  • Cheers, Thirtysomething, and Murphy Brown
    are the top-rated T.V. shows
  • 527,000 American military personnel are sent to
    Saudi Arabia and the Perisan Gulf after Iraq
    invades Kuwait in Operation Desert Shield

Prices House 128,732 Car 9,437 Milk 2.15 Gas
1.08 Bread 1.29 Postage Stamp 0.25 Avg. Income
14,777
  • Super Bowl San Francisco 49ers
  • World Series Cincinnati Reds
  • Kentucky Derby Unbridled

12
1983
Age 4
13
1991
Best Picture The Silence of the Lambs Best
Actor Anthony Hopkins Silence of the Lambs Best
Actress Jodie Foster Silence of the Lambs Top
Songs Someday Mariah Carey Winds of Change -
Scorpions
  • Baghdad is attacked by U.S. and coalition forces
    after Iraq ignores a U.N. deadline for withdrawal
    of troops from Kuwait
  • Operation Desert Storm, dubbed the Persian Gulf
    War, ends after 41 days
  • Bill Clinton, Governor of Arkansas, announces his
    candidacy for the Democratic nomination for
    president

Prices House 125,481 Car 9,989 Milk 2.18 Gas
1.18 Bread 1.47 Postage Stamp 0.29 Avg. Income
16,658
Kentucky Derby Strike the Gold Super Bowl
N.Y. Giants World Series Minnesota Twins
South African Parliament repeals apartheid
14
1983
Age 5
15
1992
Best Picture Unforgiven directed by Clint
Eastwood Best Actor Al Pacino Scent of a
Woman Best Actress Emma Thompson - Howards
End Top Songs Achy Breaky Heart Billy Ray
Cyrus Dont Let The Sun Go Down On Me George
Michael Elton John
Bill Clinton defeats incumbent, George Bush with
43 of the total votes Rodney King appeals to
blacks and white to just get along, after riots
break out in Los Angeles upon word of the
acquittal of four white police officers of his
beating Johnny Carson retires as host of The
Tonight Show after three decades
Prices House 124,900 Car 11,580 Milk 2.14 Gas
1.20 Bread 1.50 Postage Stamp 0.29 Avg. Income
17,565
Winter Olympics are held in France Summer
Olympics are held in Spain Super Bowl -
Washington Redskins Stanley Cup Pittsburgh
defeats Chicago
16
1983
Age 6
17
1993
  • Best Picture
  • Schindlers List
  • Best Actor
  • Tom Hanks - Philadelphia
  • Best Actress
  • Holly Hunter The Piano
  • Top Songs
  • I Will Always Love You
  • Whitney Houston
  • A Whole New World Bryson Bell

290 people injured and 5 people killed in New
York World Trade Center bombing North American
Free Trade Agreement is enacted Home Computers
and the Internet become the hottest new
technologies Jurassic Park is the biggest movie
of all time
Prices House 124,573 Car 12,750 Milk 2.27 Gas
1.16 Bread 1.57 Postage Stamp 0.29 Avg. Income
18,472
Super Bowl - Dallas Cowboys World Series
Toronto Blue Jays NBA Chicago Bulls
18
1983
Age 7
19
1994
Best Picture Forrest Gump Best Actor Tom Hanks
Forrest Bump Best Actress Jessica Lange Blue
Sky Top Songs The Sign Ace of Base I Swear
All-4-One
ER and Friends debut on NBC Nirvanas Kurt Cobain
commits suicide Nancy Kerrigan is attacked by
cohorts of fellow figure skater Tonya
Harding Jackie Kennedy Onassis and former
president Richard Nixon pass away O.J. Simpson
denies committing the murders of his ex-wife and
her friend The U.S. population exceeds 265,000,000
Prices House 106,100 Car 12,371 Milk 2.29 Gas
1.19 Bread 1.59 Postage Stamp 0.29 Avg. Income
18,738
WINTER OLYMPICS are held in Lillehammer,
Germany The World Series is cancelled because of
a players strike Go for Gin Wins The Kentucky
Derby
20
1983
Age 8
21
1995
Best Picture Braveheart Best Actor Nicholas Cage
Leaving Las Vegas Best Actress Susan Sarandon
Dead Man Walking Top Songs I Know Dionne
Farris Run-Around Blues Traveler
  • Oklahoma City Federal Building is bombed by
    terrorists, Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols
  • O.J. Simpson found not guilty of murder
  • Superman, Christopher Reeves, is paralyzed
    after failing from a horse
  • The Grateful Deads Jerry Garcia dies
  • Windows 95 is released by Microsoft

Prices House 111,000 Car 12,800 Milk 2.59 Gas
1.25 Bread 1.40 Postage Stamp 0.32 Avg. Income
19,717
Super Bowl - San Francisco World Series
Atlanta NBA Houston Kentucky Derby Thunder
Gulch
22
1983
Age 9
23
1996
Best Picture The English Patient Best
Actor Geoffrey Rush - Shine Best Actress Frances
McDormand - Fargo Top Songs Because You Loved Me
Celine Dion Missing Everything But The Girl
Mad Cow Disease alarms Great Britain Unabomber,
Ted Kaczynski is arrested after eluding the FBI
for 17 years George Burns dies at 100 years of
age Tickle Me Elmo doll causes stampedes at
Christmas toy sales President Clinton wins a
second term against Republican nominee, Bob Dole
Prices House 119,250 Car 13,600 Milk 2.41 Gas
1.32 Bread 1.62 Postage Stamp 0.32 Avg. Income
20,788
Super Bowl - Dallas defeats Pittsburgh World
Series NY Yankees NBA Chicago Bulls Kentucky
Derby Grindstone
24
1983
Age 10
25
1997
Best Picture Titanic Best Actor Jack Nicholson
As Good As It Gets Best Actress Helen Hunt As
Good As It Gets Top Songs You Were Meant For Me -
Jewel Dont Speak No Doubt
Timothy McVeigh sentenced to death for Oklahoma
City bombing Al-Qaeda members are convicted for
1993 New York Trade Center bombing Princess Diana
dies in a fiery car crash Mother Teresa dies of a
heart attack at 87 Mike Tyson bites Evander
Holyfields ear
TV ratings system debuts
Hong Kong returns to Chinese rule
Prices House 121,450 Car 14,500 Milk 2.66 Gas
1.31 Bread 1.65 Postage Stamp 0.32 Avg. Income
21,811
Super Bowl - Green Bay World Series Florida
Marlins NBA Chicago Bulls Kentucky Derby
Silver Charm
Big Tobacco trial
26
1983
Age 11
27
1998
Best Picture Shakespeare in Love Best
Actor Roberto Benigni Life is Beautiful Best
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow Shakespeare in Love Top
Songs The Boy is Mine Brandy Monica Candle in
the Wind Elton John
Jesse Ventura elected
President Clinton denies affair with White House
Intern, Monica Lewinsky Ted Kaczynski, The
Unabomber, receives four life terms upon
conviction Kenneth Starrs report outlines a case
for impeachment proceedings against President
Clinton The House of Representatives impeaches
President Clinton on charges of perjury and
obstruction of justice
Kosovo
Dr. Laura
Prices House 125,320 Car 15,650 Milk 2.65 Gas
1.10 Bread 1.65 Postage Stamp 0.32 Avg. Income
22,727
Super Bowl - Denver World Series NY
Yankees Stanley Cup Detroit Kentucky Derby
Real Quiet
28
1983
Age 12
29
1999
Best Picture American Beauty Best Actor Kevin
Spacey - American Beauty Best Actress Hilary
Swank Boys Dont Cry Top Songs All Star Smash
Mouth Livin La Vida Loca Ricky Martin
Y2K Bug consequences anticipated Barbie is most
popular toy of the 1990s President Clinton
acquitted in impeachment trial John F. Kennedy,
Jr., wife, and sister-in-law perish in plane
crash Joe DiMaggio, Wilt Chamberlain and Walter
Peyton pass away
Impeachment Trial
American Womens World Cup Soccer
Prices House 129,495 Car 17,401 Milk 2.68 Gas
1.31 Bread 1.70 Postage Stamp 0.33 Avg. Income
23,636
Lance Armstrong
John F. Kennedy, Jr. Plane crashes
Super Bowl - Denver World Series NY Yankees NBA
San Antonio
Microsoft Monopoly Trial
30
1983
Age 13
31
2000
Best Picture Gladiator Best Actor Russell Crowe
The Gladiator Best Actress Julia Roberts Erin
Brockovich Top Songs Its My Life Bon Jovi If
Youre Gone matchbox twenty With Arms Wide Open
- Creed
U.S. Presidential Election automatic recount in
Florida George W. Bush wins Peanuts cartoon
creator Charles Schultz dies Worldwide disruption
of computers by I love you virus U.S. sailors
die on Navy ship in al-Qaeda terrorist attack in
Yemen Mad Cow disease alarms Europe
Wen Ho Lee
Michael J. Foxannounces he hasParkinson's
Mapping Human DNA
Prices House 132,610 Car 18,900 Milk 2.75 Gas
1.41 Bread 1.73 Postage Stamp 0.34 Avg Income
25,236
Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire
Elián
Super Bowl St. Louis World Series NY Yankees
beat NY Mets Kentucky Derby Fusaichi
Pegasus NBA Championship Los Angeles
32
1983
Age 14
33
2001
Best Picture A Beautiful Mind Best Actor Denzel
Washington Training Day Best Actress Halle
Berry Monsters Ball Top Songs Hanging By A
Moment - LifeHouse Its Been Awhile - Staind
George W. Bush is sworn in as 43rd
president. Terrorists ram jetliners into twin
towers of New York Citys World Trade Center and
the Pentagon. A fourth hijacked plane crashes 80
miles outside of Pittsburgh on September 11.
Toll of dead and injured in thousands. Islamic
militant Osama bin Laden and the al-Qaeda
terrorist network are identified as the parties
behind the attacks. Anthrax scare rivets nation,
as anthrax-laced letters are sent to various
media and government officials. Several postal
workers die after handling the letters. Oklahoma
City bomber Timothy McVeigh is executed.
Prices House 134,110.00 Car 19,200 Milk
2.78 Gas 1.39 Bread 1.74 Postage Stamp
0.34 Avg Income 25,126
Monarchos - Wins Kentucky Derby World Series
Arizona Wins Super Bowl Baltimore Wins
34
1983
Age 15
35
2002
Best Picture Chicago Best Actor Adrien Brody-The
Pianist Best Actress Nicole Kidman-The Hours Top
Songs A Thousand Miles-Vanessa Carlton Get The
Party Started-Pink
President Bushs first State of the Union address
vows to expand the fight on terrorism. Bush signs
corporate reform bill in response to a spate of
corporate scandals Enron, Arthur Anderson, Tyco,
Qwest, Global Crossing, ImClone, and Adelphia,
among others. Snipers prey upon DC suburbs,
killing ten and wounding others. Police arrest
two sniper suspects, John Allen Muhammad and John
Lee Malvo. Spider-Man is box-office blockbuster,
grossing more than 406 million.
Prices House 136,222.00 Car 19,500 Milk
2.77 Gas 1.42 Bread 1.74 Postage Stamp
0.35 Avg Income 25,166
War Emblem wins the Kentucky Derby World Series
is won by the Anaheim Super Bowl is won by New
England
36
1983
Age 16
37
2003
Best Picture The Lord of the Rings The Return of
the King Best Actor Sean Penn Mystic River Best
Actress Charlize Theron - Monster Top Songs Crazy
in Love-Beyonce Featuring Jay-Z Me Against the
Music-Britney Spears Featuring Madonna
In the State of the Union address, President Bush
announces he is ready to attack Iraq even without
a UN mandate. Space shuttle Columbia explodes
killing all 7 astronauts Actor Arnold
Schwarzenegger is elected as Californias
governor. The largest electrical blackout in U.S.
history occurs in August, plunging much of the
East coast and West to Ohio into darkness.
Depending on where you were, you had no
electricity for 1 to 7 days. The Recording
Industry Association of America cracks down on
people who illegally swap more than 1,000 songs
over the Internet, filing lawsuits against
hundreds of people, including a 12-year-old girl.

Prices House 138,339 Car 20,111 Milk 2.79 Gas
1.67 Bread 1.74 Postage Stamp 0.37 Avg Income
25,290
Funny Cide wins the 130th Kentucky Derby World
Series is won by the Florida Marlins
38
1983
Age 17
39
2004
Best Picture Million Dollar Baby Best Actor Jamie
Foxx-Ray Best Actress Hilary Swank Million
Dollar Baby Top Songs Yeah!-Usher With
You-Jessica Simpson The Reason- Hoobastank
  • Reconstruction in Iraq continues. As of
    December, more than 1,300 U.S. troops have died
    in Iraq.
  • Spirit and Opportunity land on Mars in January
    sends back pictures of a flat but rocky surface.
  • WWII Memorial opens in Washington, D.C., honoring
    16 million Americans who served in the war
  • On December 26, the worst earth quake in 40 years
    occurred off the West coast of Sumatra,
    Indonesia, under the Indian Ocean, causing the
    deadliest Tsunami in history, killing or injuring
    nearly a million people

Prices House 142,010 Car 21,166 Milk 2.98 Gas
2.09 Bread 1.74 Postage Stamp 0.37 Avg Income
25,783
Smarty Jones wins the 130th Kentucky Derby The
2004 Summer Olympics are held in Athens, Greece
40
1983
Mindset of the Millennial Generation
2005 Enter
Slippery Rock University
Beloit College Mindset List for the Class of 2008
41
  • Ctrl Alt Del
  • is as basic as
  • ABC.

42
Heeeeres Johnny! is a scary greeting from Jack
Nicholson, not a warm welcome from Ed McMahon.
43
The Energizer bunny has always been going, and
going, and going.
44
Photographs have always been processed in an
hour or less and printed on a home computer
system.
45
They never saw Roseanne Roseannadanna live on
Saturday Night Live.
46
There has always been aRock and Roll Hall of
Fame.
47
There has always been a
Comedy Channel.
48
Martha Stewart has always been cooking up
something with someone.
49
They have always been comfortable with gay
characters on television.
50
Reality TV is the new rage!
51
Computers have always
suffered from viruses.
52
We have always been
mapping the human genome.
53
Network television has always struggled to keep
up with cable.
54
Oprah has always dominated afternoon television
who is Phil Donahue anyway?
55
They never flew on
People Express.
56
AZT has always been
used to treat AIDS.
57
They have suffered through airport security
systems since they were in strollers.
58
They have done most of their search for the
right college online.
59
Aspirin has always been used to reduce the risk
of a heart attack.
60
Cher hasnt aged a day.
61
Neither has Dick Clark.
62
There have always been non-stop
flights around the world without refueling.
63
  • Paul Newman has always
  • made salad dressing.

64
  • Bert and Ernie
  • are old enough to be their parents.

65
  • An automatic is a weapon, not a
    transmission.

66
  • They have never been able to find the return
    key.

67
  • Computers have always
    fit in their backpacks.

68
  • They have never gotten excited over a telegram,
  • a long distance call,
  • or a fax.

69
  • They have always
  • grazed for food and
  • surfed the net.

70
  • Stores have always
  • had scanners
  • at the checkout.

71
  • The Army
  • has always
  • driven Humvees.

72
  • They have always had a
    pin number.

73
  • There have never been
  • dress codes in restaurants.

74
  • They have always
  • been able to make
    photocopies at home.

75
  • Instant messaging
    and
    text messaging
    is their
    preferred
    mode of communication.

76
  • The Middle East has replaced
  • the USSR and Eastern Europe
  • as our greatest challenge to security.

77
  • Somebody named George Bush has
    been on every national ticket, except one, since
    they were born.

78
  • Yuppies
  • are almost as old as hippies.

79
  • The Kennedy tragedy
  • was a plane crash,
    not an assassination.

80
  • A 45 is a gun,
  • not a record with a
    large hole in the center.

81
  • Rock and Roll
    has always been a force for
    social good.

82
  • Killer bees
    have always been
    swarming in the U.S.

83
  • They grew up in minivans.

84
  • Sylvan Learning Centers
  • have always been an
  • after-school option.

85
  • The drinking age
  • has always been 21
    throughout the country.

86
  • Perrier
  • has always
  • come in flavors.

87
  • They have probably
    never used carbon paper.

88
  • Ron Howard and Rob Reiner
    have always been
    balding older film
    directors.

89
  • They have never
    lost anything in shag
    carpeting.

90
  • We have always been able to
    reproduce DNA in the laboratory.

91
  • Wars begin and end
  • rather quickly
  • peace-keeping missions
  • go on forever.

92
  • There have always been
  • ATM machines.

93
  • Women sailors have always been stationed on U.S.
    Navy ships.

94
  • Congress has been questioning computer intrusion
    into individuals personal lives since they were
    born.

95
  • Woodstock
    is a bird or a
    reunion,
    not a cultural touchstone.

96
  • Hurricanes
  • have always had
  • mens and womens names.

97
  • They have never used
  • a bottle of White Out for
  • a term paper.

98
  • Spam and cookies
  • are not necessarily food.

99
  • They feel more danger
  • from having sex and
  • being in school,
  • than from possible nuclear war.

100
  • They have always been able to
  • make phone calls from planes.

101
  • They have been
    burning things all their lives.

102
The Millennial Generation
103
Option 1
Ignore it?
104
Option 2
Resist it?
105
Option 3
Ride it?
106
Option 4
LEAD it!
107
Ready or not, here they come
This picture represents future leaders.
In 10 years, she could be coming to
SRU Will we be prepared to meet her
needs and expectations.
108
Ready or not, here they come
At the age of 8, she is familiar with advanced
peer-to-peer networks, because
thats how she downloads her music from the
internet onto her MP3 Player or IPod.
109
Ready or not, here they come
She understands wireless and has never had to use
cables or cradles to synchronize the palm pilot
that helps her manage her very busy schedule of
school work and other activities.
110
Ready or not, here they come
Her parents send text messages to her cell phone
to remind her about after-school activities.
111
Ready or not, here they come
Her laptop is a tool that is always with her and
is always connected to the internet. Shell be
among the most educated and knowledgeable
generation in history.
112
Ready or not, here they come
Her safety conscious parents keep track of her
with a GPS watch/pager.
113
Ready or not, here they come
With her digital camera she sends grandma a
photograph whenever she wants.
114
Ready or not, here they come
But increasing techno-savvy is only a part of the
whole picture with regard to this new generation.
115
The Echo Boom/Millennials
  • Much is expected of the children born between
    1982 and 2000, an 80 million in number cohort
    variously called

Echo Boom
Generation Y
Net Generation
Millennials
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