Lazy. Entitled. Apathetic. These are but a sampling of the adjectives used to describe my generation, the Millennials. As a millennial myself (anyone born in the 1980s to early 2000s), it can be hard to disagree with these assessments. I’ve met countless individuals my age who tremble at the thought of working a nine-to-five job, who shirk basic responsibilities while expecting their parents to pay for a college education, and whose strongest ambitions consist of finding the best party on campus.