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When pregnant lab rats are given caffeine equivalent to the amount a human would consume by drinking six cups of coffee per day, an increase in the incidence of birth defects results. When asked if the government would require warning labels on products containing caffeine, a spokesperson stated that it would not because the government would lose credibility if the finding of these studies were to be refuted in the future.
1. Which of the following is most strongly suggested by the government’s statement above?
(A) A warning that applies to a small population is inappropriate. (B) Very few people drink as many as six cups of coffee a day. (C) There are doubts about the conclusive nature of studies on animals. (D) Studies on rats provide little data about human birth defects. (E) The seriousness of birth defects involving caffeine is not clear.
The Pre-Law Program is pleased to announce that we will be offering our non-credit LSAT preparation class again this May. The class meets four evenings per week, Monday through Thursday, from May 12 through June 5. The class is designed to prepare students for the June 9 LSAT. This is the only offering of the LSAT outside the regular academic year, and so we strongly urge students applying to law school next year to take this administration of the test, so that they may have ample time to prepare.
The class will once again be taught by Professor Thomas Nadelhoffer of the Department of Philosophy. The fee for the class is $600, less than half of what commercial providers charge for a similar class. The class is open to the public; you do not have to be a C of C student to register. Students can sign up here:
Fees can be paid online. If you wish to pay at the Treasurer’s Office, please use account number 320054 580116. For more information, contact Larry Krasnoff, Pre-law advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org.