from Dan Kane of the News and Observer by way of www.charlotteobserver.com:
The typical path for a college student beginning his or her academic journey starts with introductory courses, followed by more specialized ones. That’s why many colleges label classes as 100 level, 200 level and so on.
But a transcript for former North Carolina football player Marvin Austin shows his academic path got off to an unusual start. In a summer 2007 session just before his first full semester on campus, Austin took a 400 level class in African-American studies and received a B plus.
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