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Congrats to senior Gracie Allan


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Congratulations to senior Gracie Allan, who has been accepted to Missouri Southern State University’s “Yours to Lose” Accelerated Medical Program.

Out of hundreds of applicants participating in the competitive application and rigorous interview process, Gracie was one of up to 25 students admitted to the program. Upon completion of the accelerated curriculum, she will earn her bachelor’s degree in biology in three years and be automatically accepted into the Kansas City University Medical School, where she can become a doctor in four years.

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