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University of Utah Pacific Islander Medical Student Association

Story by ALEXANDRA OGILVIE

Julius Ulugia is a Samoan American in his second year at the University of Utah School of Medicine. He helps to operate the University of Utah Pacific Islander Medical Student Association (PIMSA). 899 more words

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5 WAYS TO SHOW TEAMWORK ON YOUR MED SCHOOL APPLICATION

Teamwork is a huge part of medicine, so being able to work well in a team is therefore extremely important, and medical schools like to see that you are able to do it well. 28 more words

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THE MEDICINE APPLICATION PROCESS!

Applying for Medicine is a long and complicated process of entrance exams, voluntary work, interviews…and if you’re just deciding you want to go for it and apply, it can seem like you’ve got a long road to travel. 1,554 more words

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Imposter Syndrome

Every day I wake up, I don’t want to be

This thing I’ve become. I want to be me.

But that’s not an option, so I jump out of bed… 514 more words

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Corpse

It was the strangest of days when I met him first

Everything jumping from awful to worse

People were shouting and crying and seizing

Coughing and choking and retching and wheezing… 362 more words

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Nā HALE: A home for Pacific Islander well-being

Story and slideshow by MARISSA SITTLER

In Hawaiian, nā hale means “the houses,” a word that embodies the sense of traditional Hawaiian community. This word is the driving force behind the newly formed umbrella organization for Pacific Islander wellness and resources. 637 more words

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Today's Thought: Pain's Pedigree

Shrewd: We don’t have to be in pain to feel desperate for Jesus, but pain’s pedigree as a catalyst for desperation is unassailable.

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