Going to college is a significant transition in a young person's life. A student must adapt to new living arrangements, new cultures, new relationships, new commitments, maybe even a new geographic region. Of course, there's the issue of new-found freedom. Ice cream for breakfast? Well, there's no one to say "no." Never mind the choices about sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll. Among myriad other pressures, what's faith got to do with anything? What happens to homegrown beliefs when they're uprooted, transplanted and left on a dorm-room windowsill?
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