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So I wanted to create a printed guide for myself to find my way around…I soon realized this was going to be a lot of work, so I decided I might as well take it to the next level and make an awesome poster that would be not just for myself but for everyone else to enjoy too.

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***According to the 2012 American Community Survey, conducted by the US Census Bureau, approximately 28% of all married American couples over the age of 22 had both graduated from college.

It is important to note that the 2012 individual level Census data did not recognize same-sex marriage.

A native of Brooklyn; Denise Huxtable is the daughter of Hillman alumni Cliff and Clair.

She enrolled in Hillman and was roommates with Maggie Lauten and Jaleesa Vinson during her sophomore year. She only reappears once on season 3 to give Dwayne closure on his crush.

Although he dated several women across the series, he was most involved in an on-again-off-again relationship with Whitley Gilbert across the series.

After working at a summer internship in Japan, he began a relationship with Kinu Owens.

Denise was a poor student who often procrastinated and struggled to manage her time and money. Note: Denise originated as a regular character on The Cosby Show, on which she was featured on a regular basis during seasons 1–3 and 6–7, and on a recurring basis during seasons 4 and 5. Dwayne Cleofis Wayne is a mathematics major at Hillman.

She disliked Whitley Gilbert and endured Dwayne Wayne's crush on her. A native of Brooklyn, he achieved a perfect score on the math portion of the SAT.

We analyzed US Census data and found that Americans marry people within their own major at an unusually high rate.

Looking at the 50 most common college majors, over 10% of married partners that both have college degrees had the same major. We also discovered that people who are the less common gender in a field with extreme gender imbalance are the most likely to marry somebody with the same major—like male nurses and female engineers.

They really exist: part is I gave them to all of my trigonometry students, who wore them with pride.

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