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COLLEGE HIGHLIGHT HANNA LAYTON

Like most students, when Hanna Layton recalls her transition to her first year of college, a few stressful moments come to mind. Except that her first crisis happened before college even started.

Traveling to Arizona State University (ASU) from Florida, Hanna attended her orientation program four years ago with no idea what she wanted to study. Business seemed like a logical choice, so she gave it a try.

“I went to the orientation program for the business school, and it just didn’t

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