Grades and SAT scores for incoming freshman are higher, but are their lives more stressed than the generation of students before them?
Juan Victor Quisp screams ćincoming UA student.ä
The folder full of papers in his hand.
A nervous-looking parent in line with him at the CatCard office.
Quisp is a little nervous too. Heās crossing the equator to go to college in a new country this fall. Heās intent on studying music and graduating in four years.
But Quispās arrival, like that of so many other undergraduates, marks a turn for UA.
The incoming classes of today have changed in countless ways from just 10 and 20 years ago.