Am I the only one that's wondering about this. Obviously I know why they do it, it's because almost half the population in California is Spanish speaking, but what gives them the right to ask for Spanish in order to be accepted to the Medical School. I say this from a point view of an immigrant, I was not born in this Country. I am a first generation Yugoslavian and when I came to US I didn't go to school for Yugoslavians I didn't have the luxury of being around people who spoke my Language other then my parents and some friends at church, and that's because this is US. Not Yugoslavia! I think this is very unfair of them to do, because it basically favors one person over another. In other words Spanish speaking student will most likely be of Latin background and will have close ties to Latin America. So if this is the case it provides favoritism for one group of people over other. When Stanford?s admissions officer came out to Talk about his school at our campus. I noticed he was Latin and the two other students who were with him were Latin as well. This makes me uneasy, not because they were Latin but because it seems like the rules of this school on admissions is determined by a few biased individuals. Tell me what you guys think. PS. I have nothing against Latin Americans I just have a concern that "minorities" might be miss represented in US. In my case I am not considered a minority because I am a from Europe and considered Caucasian. Although, the minorities refers to unprivileged group of people for most likely socioeconomic reasons. If that is true then I should be considered a minority, because my family was poor when we first came here. Anyways nothing against Latin Americans.