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Boyett, a redshirt freshman starter from Napa, Calif.
The design of this learning space is also important given that GenEd 104 is different than other freshman seminar courses not only in curriculum design, but also in delivery and staffing.
Crawford earned team MVP honors last season as a freshman, then spent the summer helping the U.
The university used modeling techniques to pinpoint 180 freshman students at the greatest risk of dropping out.
Combined SAT scores of incoming freshman at Fitch rated colleges and universities are basically stable.
By analyzing several studies, a national pattern emerges of alcohol use beginning in the freshman year and continuing through the traditional 4 years students spend in college," said Steven Bloch, Ph.
The only other freshman Vavic recalls making such an immediate impact for the Trojans during the past decade is Juraj Zatovic, a Slovakian Olympic Team player who went on to set USC's career scoring record and last season as a senior won the Cutino Award, college water polo's highest honor.
LOS ANGELES -- As thousands of students prepare to depart for college, some leaving home for the first time, an analysis by the Automobile Club of Southern California indicates freshman college students nationally are at an increased risk of binge drinking and other alcohol-related dangers.
Gable, who is the first freshman tailback in USC history to start a season opener, said he will not be nervous.
A true freshman, Austin already has cemented a place in the receivers' rotation.