Freshman Kaylee Cox finds her new normal

If this were high school, her mom would have come in and said softly, “Kaylee, time to get up.” Kaylee could have fallen back asleep if she wanted to. Her mom would have been back in a few minutes to turn on the light. But this isn’t high school.

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videoVIDEO: Kaylee Cox

 

Freshmen duo creates home at Teter Quad

Freshman Kaylee Cox stood still in the bustle of parents, students, cars and carts outside Teter Quad.
Behind her was a mountain spread out on the curb. There were boxes, suitcases, laundry baskets and bedding.
 
 

Max Walter learns to fit in, strives to stand out

In the middle of the semester, Max was still trying to figure out this new system. He was floating through class, finding his way in a group, but he was still lost somewhere in the middle at a big school. He was fitting in, but he wanted to stand out.

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