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- n. a student enrolled in a college or university
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But the RELATE message seems to be getting across: one college student was quoted in the Asian Wall Street Journal as saying, “Buying Korean products is really all I can do to help our country.”
David missed the usual waitress, a tall college student with a faint Tuscan accent and an extra-friendly demeanor.
He took me on a tour of the main building, which felt more like a college student center than an office-a café on the ground floor, where the former chef of the Grateful Dead supervised the preparation of gourmet meals for the entire staff; video games and a Ping-Pong table and a fully equipped gym.
We were finishing our last-call beers on the patio when a college student burst out of the emergency exit, setting off the alarms.
"My friends don't expect me to get them a paper card, but they'd be offended if I didn't wish them 'Happy Birthday' on Facebook," says Alexa Di Benedetto, an 18-year-old college student in Boston.
Bruce Edwards, a college student in Salt Lake City, learned French on his Mormon mission.
First published in Harper's, January-February, 1901 The story of the love affair of a college student at Nassau Hall, in the days preceding the American Revolution.