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Letting Go, Sixth Edition: A Parents' Guide to Understanding the College Years

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Title: Frankenstein: The College Years (TV Movie 1991)

In The College Years, you assume the role of the head coach ofa major college football team. Each year, you'll recruit athletes from any of nearly14,000 public high schools modeled in the game, train them and try to build a winningteam in the challenging world of college football.

Long-term success in The College Years requires you to win championships, developyour school's academic reputation and build a profitable football program throughalumni donations, television revenue and ticket sales.

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  • Recruiting Transfer Students. You'll have the opportunity to recruit transfer students from other college teams each year. During this stage of the game, you'll examine other rosters and make offers to players you think might want to play for your college. Keep in mind that this is considered an "illegal" activity and may carry a risk of sanction against your team.

  • Recruiting High School Athletes. Each year, you'll recruit about 15 incoming freshmen from almost 14,000 public high schools modeled in The College Years universe. These players represent the future of your team. During this stage of the game, you'll scan the lists of available high school players, offer scholarships, make phone calls, visit athletes and issue requests for athletes to visit your college.

  • Game Play. Once your team is ready for the season, you'll set up game plans and depth charts to organize your team. You'll then simulate games and have, at your fingertips, access to a wealth of statistical information useful for evaluating your results.

  • Yearly Evaluation. Each year, you will receive scores based on your on-field success, the quality of your recruiting class, your ability to generate revenue for your college and your athletes' academic performances.

  • Graduation Day. Graduating seniors and some of the most talented underclassmen will leave college and can be packaged into a draft file that coaches can import into any version of Front Office Football in place of the randomly generated amateur draft pool created each season.
  • The College Years - Front Office Football

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    James Marsh’s THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING follows the remarkable life of Stephen Hawking (played by Eddie Redmayne) from his college days to meeting the love of his life to discovering the secrets of the universe. Like many of us, Hawking’s college years proved seminal in his development as an adult -- both for highlighting his confusion about what to do with his life and for the life-changing events that pointed him in the right direction. THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING beautifully recaptures Hawking’s life at Cambridge, especially the At Oxford, where Hawking did his undergraduate work, his hesitation and high-jinx set the ground work for the major life events that would occur after he graduated. In graduate school at Cambridge, multiple events put his future in focus, not the least of them being meeting Jane Wilde when he was home with his family at St Albans for the holiday break. She would not only become his wife, but a beacon of hope that kept him going after his diagnosis with ALS, helping him to finish his PhD, the first of his many, many accomplishments.