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MYOS1634 wrote:Friendliness and down to earth qualities are shared with the Midwest.
Andi75 wrote:The chance of a newborn getting Hepatitis B is remote at best (usually sexually transmitted or IV drug use) but they insist they are given this shot on the FIRST DAY OF LIFE>
uskoolfish wrote:While I do not think the OP is Hispanic, your response does lead me to ask who sets the criteria for how we identify?
uskoolfish wrote:Must one be fluent in Spanish because they have a Hispanic background? Should they live in urban centers? Be poor? Is there one Latino or Hispanic experience that one should have experienced to be "honestly" Hispanic? Do others need to decide for us how we identify?
SculptorDad wrote:That's exactly what I meant by "still decent". So, for example, if you are pretty set for Ph.D., would you recommend an academically strong enough for UC Berkeley student to aim for UC Santa Cruz, and not worry about those 14 holistic review points of UC Berkeley during high school? Especially if a student just want to take more community college math and science courses during Summer instead of internship, volunteer, art portfolio, etc, etc?