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December 18, 2010 7:50 PM

You should be a PAL!

One sad thing about fall semester being over is some of our PALs will be graduating (tear). The good thing about this is now you (yes you!) can apply to be a PAL (smile!). The requirements are pretty simple. Just be in a declared CNR major, sophomore standing (30+ units), have at least a 3.0 GPA and dedicate at least 2 semesters. There are so many perks, however, that no wonder many PALs stay in the program until the graduate. You are not only a representative for CNR but you get to talk to many other undergrads and get to go to events and do outreach to recruit more people into CNR. Another perk is the food at the events and meetings. Without PAL I would have never discovered delicious white chocolate truffle cheesecake with berries YUM. Also another big reason to apply is so you can better get to know the current PALs!

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