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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MAY 25, 2023

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Because of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, pre-med students are starting to reconsider where and whether they might apply for medical school.
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Because of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, pre-med students are starting to reconsider where and whether they might apply for medical school.
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While the UC Berkeley department of undergraduate admissions has previously been inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement in its outreach and yield efforts, a constitutional amendment prevents changes to be made to the admissions process.
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While the UC Berkeley department of undergraduate admissions has previously been inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement in its outreach and yield efforts, a constitutional amendment prevents changes to be made to the admissions process.
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Despite additional flexibilities due to the COVID-19 pandemic, pre-med students find themselves struggling with the medical school application process, from having to do lab work online, to studying for the Medical College Admissions Test, or MCAT, in isolation, to simply registering for the test.
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Despite additional flexibilities due to the COVID-19 pandemic, pre-med students find themselves struggling with the medical school application process, from having to do lab work online, to studying for the Medical College Admissions Test, or MCAT, in isolation, to simply registering for the test.
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Whether they be for making extra pocket money or for providing necessities, part-time jobs are essential to our college lives. Here's where to work.
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Whether they be for making extra pocket money or for providing necessities, part-time jobs are essential to our college lives. Here's where to work.
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