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collegian

a current member of a college; student
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Organized by the UP Alpha Phi Beta fraternity in partnership with the Philippine Collegian, the Ditto Sarmiento Essay Writing Competition brings together the lessons of history and today's journalism practices.
They are among the successful professionals who report using THE BLACK COLLEGIAN to launch their careers
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.
Also, the journalism school's current director has assured that no adviser would ever again be fired for content in the Kansas State Collegian student newspaper.
Because professors "show so much interest and they do care about you, that keeps that motivation in [you] and gives you that extra drive," says third-year Craft Collegian Amber Golden.
VRG Nutrition Advisor Reed Mangels, PhD, RD, was interviewed for an article about school lunches for Vegetarian Voice magazine and about raw foods diets for the University of Massachusetts' Daily Collegian student newspaper.
According to a story yesterday in the UMass student newspaper The Daily Collegian, Murtaza Hanan Qutab, 20, was charged with two counts of home invasion and one count each of assault with intent to murder, aggravated assault with a dangerous weapon (baseball bat), assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (knife), armed robbery and larceny from a building.
We watch at least two explosive issues ignite at The Daily Collegian.
Unfortunately, it drank like that collegian, too, getting about 16 mpg.
In April, a few days after football star Pat Tillman was killed in action in Afghanistan, The Daily Collegian, the student daily at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, ran a column by graduate student Rene Gonzalez mocking Tillman as a "Rambo" and an "idiot" who "got what was coming to him.
An article in The Digital Collegian, an independent publication by students at Penn State, notes that new versions of Trojan horses are becoming greater threats to computer users.
Harold also had a message for her fellow Black collegians, telling the Black Collegian Online (Sept.

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