Monthly Archives: August 2001

>August 27 2001

>Are you kidding me!?! The pace we are on after just four days of class is incredible. Each day it seems you have a huge amount of new material to digest and then the next day they double it. The … Continue reading

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>August 22 2001

>”Toto, we’re not in Kansas anymore!” That’s what Fourth Year class president Will Dabbs told our class he thought his first week in Gross Anatomy when he saw a diminutive classmate of his, strolling across the dissection lab with a … Continue reading

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>August 20 2001

>Today was the big day! First day of medical school. Actually it was just the first day of a pair set aside for registration and orientation. One hundred and seven of us (100 new students and 7 holdovers from last … Continue reading

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>August 19 2001

>For the first time since I graduated from Millsaps in 1989, I find myself unemployed! This was my last week at Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance Company. I had a great time there, made many good friends, and kept my … Continue reading

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>August 13 2001

>One of my biggest worries about going to medical school is that I will not be able to provide my family with all of the things that they have become accustomed to. Besides the huge time commitment I fear that … Continue reading

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>August 12 2001

>Only one more week until school starts and it seems more real every day! We are beginning with an Orientation on Monday morning, August 20th at 8:00 a.m. At lunch time there will be a program for all 100 incoming … Continue reading

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>August 06 2001

>I have been reading John Adams, a new biography by David McCullough this week. Adams was a strong proponent of education and believed that an educated populace was essential to preserve and and prosper the new nation he was helping … Continue reading

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