Freshman guys outnumber gals

Jeff Cantwell, a freshman at Mesa State College, eats lunch in the Mav Pavilion dining hall on campus. His gender is in the majority of the 1,918 new enrollees this fall. More programs that appeal to men may be part of the reason, officials said.



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Jeff Cantwell, a freshman at Mesa State College, eats lunch in the Mav Pavilion dining hall on campus. His gender is in the majority of the 1,918 new enrollees this fall. More programs that appeal to men may be part of the reason, officials said.

Mesa State College bucked a nationwide trend for the second fall in a row by having more men than women enroll as first-time students. Men make up 51.9 percent of 1,918 first-time students at…




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