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Minnesota boy one of the youngest to attend college at age 11

While most kids his age live for video games and recess, 11-year-old Lucas Kramer is enrolled at the University of Minnesota -- and will have a Ph. D before he can legally drink.
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While most kids his age live for video games and recess, 11-year-old Lucas Kramer is enrolled at the University of Minnesota -- and will have a Ph. D before he can legally drink.

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