January 26, 2001
Looking Inward, Freshmen Care Less About Politics and More About Money
Annual survey of attitudes and aspirations offers views on sex, drugs, and technology
If this fall's perplexing presidential race provided a lesson in politics, college freshmen may have slept through the class.
An annual survey of freshmen suggests that political engagement among first-year students has reached an all-time low, even though it typically jumps
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