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June 11, 2006

Student Looks Forward to Fourth Straight Term of Faking Enrollment

Left: Working hard at keeping it together

(Fullerton, CA) Trey Billingham was once a full-time student at Cal State-Fullerton, but dropped out in 2005.

"Actually, they kinda forced me to quit," admitted Billingham. "I pretty much stopped going after like, two weeks in my first term."

Unfortunately, he never told his parents of the change in status.

"Yeah, it's kind of weird, but they seem happy, so why bust up a good thing?" he asked. "They send money, the college is rid of me, and I am having a hell of a time. When it's win-win-win, who's being hurt here?"

Billingham said that holidays are the toughest time to keep up the academic ruse.

"My parents will be all like: 'So, how's school going?' and then I have to make up some classes I supposedly took, and how I am keeping a 3.1 GPA and all that," he said. "Sometimes they'll catch me with a class I said I took before, then things will get sorta quiet, but the we change the subject. It's all good, as long as we don't think too much about it."

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