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University of California, Berkeley This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

By Susurrous, Blue Town, CA

Berkeley, CA: Aside from its many Nobel Laureates (who get parking spaces especially for them), the really low numbers (26.6 percent acceptance rate), and the really high numbers (GPA, SAT, ACT), which apply to many excellent schools, the University of California, Berkeley, or Cal, has many other important qualities for students.

When I toured Cal, aside from its strong programs, the most obvious plus to me was the location. Berkeley is an exciting, stimulating college city, perfect for the liberal-minded, independent student. It seems a smaller, Western alternative to New York City. However, the campus ­itself is not small. It spreads across thousands of acres sprinkled with shockingly beautiful greenery, buildings, and sunshine.

A gentle wind is a common visitor, gracing the large student population.

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Do they have a course to get a degree in music?
Sep. 29, 2014 at 10:51 AM • Report