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He was last month named the Pac-10 offensive freshman of the year.
Freshman Amanda Pitzenberger has shown promise, but struggled with her control in three appearances at the Kajikawa Classic in Tempe, Ariz.
Jennifer Dorner, social sciences Ubrarian at PSU, says that if students matriculated since their freshman year do worse on the test than transfer students, PSU will adjust its curriculum.
General Education (GenEd) 104, known as Freshman Seminar, is an elective class at Washington State University.
Maybe it's unfair to focus on a few bad apples in a freshman class as large as this one.
1 role, with freshman right-hander Charles Brewer the only other certain member of the rotation.
Using SAS[R] Enterprise Miner to sift through enrollment records and standard freshman surveys, the university identified and validated key variables that affect retention, including ACT scores, high school GPAs, college majors and parents' education levels.
The number of freshman applications at four-year colleges and universities showed strong growth, with an annual average change from fall 2003 to fall 2004 of 7.
1) Freshman Jenna Heim, right, was diagnosed with cancer at age 7.
Based on the positive results of the initial pilot, the School of Business agreed to make Element K a requirement for all required freshman Business School courses.
HOUSTON -- An analysis by AAA Texas indicates freshman college students nationally are at an increased risk of binge drinking and other alcohol-related dangers.