BREAKING: Humanities Student Applies To Law School

WESTWOOD — UCLA has once again distinguished itself as a prestigious university following a groundbreaking move by history major Daniel Pelzman, who defied societal expectations by applying to law school last month. “Daniel is one of many UCLA students who is determined to think outside of the box,” said history professor Stephen Green, who denies being hired by Yale Law as a recruiter to help decrease their acceptance rate. “I didn’t realize history majors could apply to law school- no one ever does that!” Pelzman, who prides himself on his originality and creativity in the humanities world, was unavailable for comment, as he was busy arguing with a political science major on Facebook while “working” in a coffee shop and wearing a scarf.

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Flavius Octavius Julius Gaius Septimius, known colloquially as "Gillian the Great," is the 71st emperor of Rome. Her notable achievements include winning the 2021 Maryland BOGGLE state championship and not being assassinated yet.