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Jordan Avila, Arts & Entertainment Editor

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I have four eyes.
My hair is 6 inches long.
I haven't grown since 7th grade.

Martin Avelar, Staff Writer

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I have a pug.

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2 Responses to “UCI Pre-Med symposium”

  1. Mrs. Maharaj, Medical Core Instructor on April 8th, 2018 2:56 pm

    You did a great job too, Martin!

  2. Mrs. Maharaj, Medical Core Instructor on April 8th, 2018 3:13 pm

    Heartfelt thanks to Mrs. Storms, Destinee Rodrigues, and all the Pre-Med Club members who worked so hard to make this happen. An especially big thank-you to the UCI medical students who shared their time and knowledge so generously! Thank you Jordan and Martin for your time and effort too, and to all the students who participated on a Friday afternoon!

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