April 7, 1995
Stanford Program Takes Aim at 'Sophomore Slump'
Stanford University will offer a three-week academic program this summer to help students avoid a "sophomore slump."
Students at Stanford must choose a major by the end of their sophomore year, making it an anxious period for those without clear academic goals.
Stanford's Sophomore College will give about 50 second-year students the chance to work with professors in small groups just before the academic year begins. The hope is that the program will spark intellectual interests