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collegian

a current member of a college; student
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Other Ducks competing were Parker Stinson at 5,000 meters, where he was 17th overall and fifth among collegians in a personal-best 13:31.
Mr Etty has been a member of the Collegians since 1978 but this is the first time he's produced the panto.
Battiste offers the following guidance to help collegians launch their careers using the magazine: "Foremost, it is critical to complete your college education, get a degree, and to [faithfully] read TBC magazine.
In recalling her early beginnings as a model, she said, "My first modeling job was for a magazine called BLACK COLLEGIATE" she said, referring to the November/December 1989 issue of THE BLACK COLLEGIAN.
Craft Collegians are typically in the program for three years, as the first is dedicated to completing developmental courses necessary to move on to regular HCC classes.
Midlands Club Cricket Conference fixtures: April 29 Loughborough UCCE (England Academy Ground), May 5 Solihull School, 17 Oxford UCCE (The Parks), 19 Fossil's CC June 10 Australian Old Collegians (Dorrdige), 22 Cambridge UCCE (Fenner's), July 4 Arundel Castle XI (Arundel), 8 Evesham CC 13 RAF (Vine Lane, Uxbridge), 22 Weoley Hill CC 28 Royal Navy (Leamington), 29 Coleshill CC, August 11 MCC (Tamworth), 18 Dorridge CC, 26 Madeley CC, September 1 Club Cricket Conference (Stratford).
The collegians were surely not working on the subways out of any dire need for money, for observers were struck by the fact that many of them wore expensive attire.
However, collegians with learning disabilities were found to be more vocationally mature than their peers with other types of disabilities.
THE BLACK COLLEGIAN Magazine is now DIVERSITY EMPLOYERS.
May 13 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Collegians For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) will be hosting events to protest the award of an honorary degree to Al Gore at the University of Tennessee's commencement ceremonies on May 14.
Although these people have gone through the same issues as Black collegians today, I think the perspective from the demographic between those extremes would be useful as well.
collegians Selin Kuralay (Florida State) and Leah Blayney (Auburn) and 17-year-old sensation Sally Shipard.
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