Fulfilling Opportunities

Okay first things first. I saw Presidential-Nominee Hillary Clinton and First Lady Michelle Obama on Thursday! It was awesome getting to see them, especially since I learned that they were going to be in Winston only a few days prior to the event. As you can see, the rally was stupid packed…I barely got into the […]

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City Boy Back In A Country World

As you can see from the title of this post, I was back in the good ol’ town of Lenoir, NC this past week. Unlike last time though, spring break isn’t starting…instead, I’m starting my Gastrointestinal block tomorrow. Le sigh. It’s okay though, this is the last block to get through before Thanksgiving break! And […]

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Sessions.

Well, this past week has been quite an interesting one. From attending a session based on the perspectives of respiratory patients, where I learned that my course director was Dr. Maya Angelou’s doctor for about 20 years, to meeting Dr. John Carlos (the Olympian who raised his fist in the 1968 Olympics after receiving the […]

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Putting It All Together

Guess who’s all caught up with his lectures? THIS GUY. *points to self* Guess who has an exam in five days? THIS GUY. *points to self again* Guess who’s totally not ready for it? THIS GUY. *points to self yet again* Thankfully, there won’t be any new material presented to us this week. We’ve pretty […]

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Growing Pains

Tell me why I went into this weekend TEN lectures behind in material. TEN LECTURES BEHIND. The sad part is, I was actively trying to keep up all last week. But between the SIXTEEN lengthy lectures given to us just last week, my three and-a-half hour clinical skills class, my Clinical Practice Assessment Exam (CPX) where I had […]

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