Lessons of the Freshman Year
A person's college years often lay the foundation for the rest of their lives. In Lessons of the Freshman Year, Ken Baxter tells the story of a young man from rural Arkansas who begins college with few life experiences and a limited perspective. Through a variety of interactions, pranks and adventures, this young man enjoys life to its fullest and gains some wisdom along the way. Lessons of the Freshman Year is ripe with the music, style, and major events of 1979. It blends laughter with the stress of the unknown while demonstrating the role our past plays in determining the people we become.
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