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Scholarship to attract 'top students' for optometry
...e given next fall. The award is aimed at entering freshmen
or first-year professional students based on their outstanding academic achievements in combination with their leadership in school or community activities. The scholarship is renewable for eight semesters as long as the student continues to meet el...
Freshman eating binge is real, with national implications
ITHACA, N.Y. -- College freshmen
beware -- the "freshman 15," the eating binge long...iversity professor and his former student, college freshmen
gain an average of 4.2 pounds just during their first 12 weeks on campus. "Significant weight gain ...
Rensselaer awarded NY state funding for alcohol/substance abuse education
...e First Year Experience (FYE) orientation program, freshmen
get involved in a frank discussion about the dangers of underage and high-risk drinking. Ongoing campus efforts include alcohol awareness training for Resident Assistants, and on-demand educational programs, which are popular with fraternities and so...
Writing email about traumatic events can improve health
..., outplacement facilities, support groups and even freshmen
orientations at major universities, could reach a new level of convenience in the email form, she notes. "It makes future implementation of such treatments easier for both the individuals giving the assignments and for the participants," she says. "E...
College freshmen more politically liberal than in the past, UCLA survey reveals
More college freshmen
identify themselves as politically liberal, accord...ar right. The overall percentage of todays liberal freshmen
increased from 27.7 percent last year and 21.0 percent in 1981, but is still lower than the all-time...
Infectious disease researcher available to discuss new federal recommendations aimed at protecting college students from meningococcal meningitis
...ntrol and Prevention (CDC) last week urged college freshmen
to consider being vaccinated against meningococcal...t the only factor. "In some ways, entering college freshmen
may be analogous with military recruits, but on-campus residence halls typically are not as crowded ...