The Aerie, Yearbook of North Texas State University, 1985 Page: 18
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It is what
you make it
Different students view the
college life in different ways. To
some, "student life" would be
defined as the time when one
studies and gains experience in
pursuit of the precious degree,
while others would say the same
is the time to have the most fun
as possible before landing in the
real world. Some believe it is
both. However, the majority of
the college crowd find some
middle ground between the two
extremes. Regardless of individ-
ual definitions, "student life" at
college is interaction.
Sophomore Denise Dansby (below) en-
joys part of a giant ice cream sundae
(right) at the Union.
Freshman Maria Kole buys her yearbook at Freshman Orientation.
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