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As she prepares to graduate from Missouri S&T this month Ashley-Ann Davis has some important advice for next fall’s college freshmen.
“Figure out what’s important to you, and once you figure that out, prioritize it,” says Davis, of Jefferson City, Missouri. “Once you prioritize what matters, you can focus more easily.”
But setting priorities doesn’t mean you can’t have fun. Davis, who was born in Jamaica and will graduate in May with a bachelor of science degree in engineering management, has managed to excel as a student while having a good time along the way. And she wrote a book with a title that says it all: Partying With a 4.0: Finding Balance in College.
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