The Bruin Voice

Letter home — Words of Wisdom: ‘Learn to be strong’

Justine Chang, Class of 2013

November 8, 2013

While the students from SoCal were going through culture shock at the sight of cluttered urban streets and hobos on Telegraph Avenue, I was sitting on the infamous steps of UC Berkeley’s Sproul Hall asking myself cliché questions I never thought I’d say in a million years: “Who am I?” “Who...

Ivy league schools must reach out to high-achieving minorities

Christine Neak, Staff Writer

November 8, 2013

Ivy League schools enroll top-notch students from around the world — but exactly who are these students and how did they come to be there in the first place? Low income students who are high achieving and college-bound most certainly applauded Harvard University’s plan to give free tuition for...

The World and How I See It: JFK’s legacy lives on 50 years later

Zachary Denney, Online & Opinion Editor

November 8, 2013

November 22, 1963 12:30 PM CST— A day that along with many other days will live in infamy in American history. This was the day that the 35th President of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy (1917-1963), was tragically shot, once through the chest and once in the brain, by the gun of assassin...

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