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Student Post: I am a New Yorker

This post was contributed by: Mao Mitsuya, student of the Touro Graduate School of Business.

My biggest dream was to live in New York City. I kept dreaming it every single day and telling everyone for 7 years. 464 more words

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Newsletter 16 - 1/14/16

Voices of 5/6

This week we are starting a new feature for our weekly newsletter called “Voice of ⅚”. Each week we will invite a small group of students to meet at lunch and contribute their ideas to be included in the newsletter.   730 more words

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Student Post: Visiting the Amish in Lancanster, PA

This post was contributed by: Karlene M. Williams, MHRM candidate 2017, Touro Graduate School of Business, originally from Grenada.

For the past three years, I have enjoyed visiting the Amish in Lancaster County Pennsylvania, which occurs on the second Saturday in November. 511 more words

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A tour through the tunnels

PWC students go below ground to explore the history of Humber College

In this post, student writer Sarah Nieman chronicles an afternoon spent getting closer to the buildings we walk by every day. 558 more words

New Manual Therapy Student Interest Group for CU PT Students: An Interview with Group President Paige Williams

What is AAOMPT sSIG Local (ASL)?

AAOMPT stands for the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists, and sSIG stands for student special interest group. AAOMPT is a national professional organization committed to excellence in orthopaedic manual physical therapy practice, education and research. 462 more words

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Working While In Physical Therapy School

Michelle Stauffer, SPT Class of 2017
Hometown: Phoenix, AZ
Undergraduate: Northern Arizona University

I work as a waitress roughly 25 hours a week (3-4 shifts) outside of being a full-time PT student. 443 more words

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Happy Thanksgiving!

From GST student Md. Zahidul Haque, on the origin and celebration of Thanksgiving:

Americans celebrate this public holiday as a harvest festival on the 4th Thursday in November each year in the United States. 203 more words

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