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TODAY’s Tamron Hall, Willie Geist and Natalie Morales discuss the topics of the day, including the launch of Michelle Obama’s “Better Make Room” initiative encouraging teens to continue their education after high school. Based on her experience with her own daughters, the first lady says that email may as well be dead to teens, who prefer texting, Snapchat and Vine. “I still like email, but I guess I’m old school now,” Natalie admits.