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I see clearly now that the rain is gone...

…not really. The storm is still going on, but at least it gave mom’s problem a little silver lining for now. So, she’s smiling and laughing like she usually does even if it still pains her that her family is falling apart. 146 more words

Medicine untold: An account from our patients 4 of 5

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Leona Meikle was on the phone, answering the oddest questions. With each one, she was beginning to understand how hard it would be to find the answer to her son’s death. 1,315 more words

A Q&A with Robert Levine, author of 'Stranger in the Mirror'

“Stranger in the Mirror: The Scientific Search for the Self,” the latest book by social psychologist Dr. Robert V. Levine, will challenge our assumptions about who we are and the entity we call our self. 1,854 more words

Faculty And Staff

A New year, a new course! Introduction to Neuroscience

Hej hej!

This year marks the beginning of a new semester in the second year for us Biomed Bachelor students! This means is it time to start the most popular and most awaited course: Neuroscience. 515 more words


Why Every Student Should Take A Business Course

I’m not your average business student.

I’ve spent years as the arts kid. I was well versed in reading three novels a week, essay outlines, and explaining why the author chose to make the curtains blue. 557 more words

Student Life

DECA Advances to State Competition

Saturday Jan. 20, seven Irving High School students competed at the DECA district competition in Garland. Of the seven, four advanced to compete at the State Career Development Conference, which will take place between Feb. 187 more words