What is Poiseuille’s Law?

Fellow PC2s,

We hope you’ve had a wonderful golden weekend! Now as we enter the world of the Cardiovascular System, here are the news for this week.

1. USMLE Step 1 PREP with Becker Professional Education – Healthcare.

We are trying to gauge the class interest in attending an event to be hosted by Becker Professional Education. The tentative dates are in April 10-14. Complete this survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeKK-16Vrzskgo5CEONkA6JuQDiDDPvgbOmtLgaEA8bCiuESg/viewform

Please see below for more information in regards to the company.

“Becker Professional Education – Healthcare develops USMLE Review Courses & Guided Self-Study material that prepares students for success with the Step 1 and Step 2 CK exams. Our approach provides a comprehensive, integrated review to assist you in developing the clinical reasoning skills necessary to “Think Like A Doctor” and launch into a successful career in medicine. Our course material has been developed and reviewed by a nationally recognized faculty of MDs and PhDs to include: Dr. Mary Ruebush, Dr. Steven Daugherty, Dr. Lionel Raymon, Dr. Philip Tisdall, Dr. Jack Wilson, and Dr. Bruce Dunn.

Please join Shannon Smith (shannon.smith@becker.com), Business Development Manager, in a short review of the available learning opportunities through Becker Professional Education – Healthcare designed to assist you in achieving the score you desire on the USMLE exams.”

If you are currently interested in Becker products, they have just launched a special promotion which will be running through April 15 – details of the promotion can be found here (http://www.becker.com/usmlepromo) and you can reach out to Shannon with any questions about it.

Refreshments will be provided and attendees will have the opportunity to win some course/product giveaways.

2. Privacy Filters – Dr. Faulkner emailed the class with a new update. The deadline was moved from Monday, February 27th to Friday, March 17th. He will have more information on how you can pick up the screen you ordered and payment information in the next week or two.

3. Brewery Social – Thank you to everyone who came out to our Top Golf event yesterday. It was a great event! We will be hosting another interprofessional social event at  Community Brewery on March 11th from 5-7PM. Come out and meet students from others schools at UTSW, TWU, and TTU. Please join our interprofessional Facebook page HERE.

4. Student and Faculty Roast – Save the Date April 19th, 5PM. More info to come soon. If you would like to be involved, please contact Umaru, Clementine, or Maura.

5. Check out the Student Profile tab to find out more about Emmanuella Egbonim from Sprague College.

Umaru and Clementine

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Weekly Events 2/27 – 3/3

If you’d like your event to be included on the blog each week and my biweekly email (Monday/Wednesday), please email your event to Ahana.Yogesh@utsouthwestern.edu by 7:30 PM on Saturday night or 7:30 PM on Wednesday night for any updates. Also, if you see your event on this email, please refrain from sending out individual event reminders unless you fall under an exception.

 
The weekly event blog post can be found here: https://utsw2020.wordpress.com/category/events/

 

Sign-Ups:
  1. RIG Co-President Application due February 28th. (Application attached)
  2. Med/Peds Shadowing Signups
  3. TSSS M&M Conferences – Sign up by Thursday morning each week.

  4. Hem/Onc Shadowing Signups – March sign ups begin Thursday 2/23 at 9:00 am and end on 3/1
    1. Adult Inpatient: http://www2.mysignup.com/cgi-bin/view.cgi?datafile=ohmswards
    2. Adult Outpatient: http://www2.mysignup.com/cgi-bin/view.cgi?datafile=ohmsadult
    3. Pediatric Outpatient: http://www2.mysignup.com/cgi-bin/view.cgi?datafile=ohmsped
  5. SIGN Shadowing Signup (please only sign up for one spot; more spots will be available in April)
  6. Reminder: EMIG shadowing at Parkland & Children’s EDs is available 7 days/week from 7-11pm! Instructions & Sign-Ups:
  7. TSS Shadowing Signups:
  8. Psych SIG: Access to free membership to American Psychiatric Association (APA).

  9. Medical Humanities Interest Group: Literature+Medicine Conference on April 1st at SMU; Writing Contest deadline is March 10th. See attachment for details.
  10. IDIG Shadowing Signup
  11. PIG – March signups for Ronald McDonald House volunteering
Monday, February 27th
  1. Lunch Meetings
    1. Pathology Society – Dr. Suntrea Hammer – Bain Fellowship info session/Careers in pathology – D1.200 (lunch provided)
    2. Health Justice Community Forum – Sanders Lounge (flyer attached; lunch provided)
    3. HANDS Introductory Meeting – D1.700 (light refreshments provided)
    4. SNMA Black Pioneers in Medicine” by Dr. Donald Glass, MD, Ph.D – D1.600 (BHM flyer attached)
    5. SCF Lunch Break Fellowship on Coping with Anxiety Part 2 – C2.108 (Corner Bakery provided)
    6. ASIG Lunch Meeting with Dr. Goff, Dr. McDongah, and Dr. Aguirre – D1.102 (lunch for first 20)
Tuesday, February 28th
  1. Lunch Meetings
    1. Ophthalmology SIG – Post-Match Panel – D1.200 (lunch provided)
    2. Student Interest Group in Neurology – Dr. Shaida Khan on neuromuscular subspecialty – D1.700 (lunch provided)
    3. UTSW Christian Students – North Campus Bible Study – Paul M. Bass Center Tower BL 3.210
Wednesday, March 1st
  1. Lunch Meetings
    1. SCF Bible Study – Plaza outside library
    2. [Elective] Fertility Awareness – User’s Panel – D1.100
Thursday, March 2nd
  1. Lunch Meetings
    1. MD w/ Distinction Luncheon Thesis Presentations – D1.200 (lunch for 30)
      1. RSVP for food by 12 PM on March 1st to Taylor.Maclaskey@utsouthwestern.edu
  2. Games Committee of United To Serve Meeting – 4 PM in the student center
    1. RSVP to suzette.smith@utsouthwestern.edu
Friday, March 3rd
  1. Lunch Meetings
    1. PIG – Summer pediatrics preceptorship info session – D1.700 (lunch provided for 30)
Upcoming:
  1. OGH – Global Health Grand Rounds with Dr. Janis P. Tupesis – March 7th at 12 PM – D1.502
  2. PIG – Pediatrics Resident Panel on March 7th at 12 PM – D1.100 (sandwiches provided)
  3. IDIG – “Pursuing a Career in Global Health: Perspectives from my Path into Malaria Elimination Operational Research” by Dr. Michelle Hsiang – March 8th at 12 PM -D1.102 (lunch provided)
  4. PIG – Spring Vaccination Fair Info Session – March 10th at 12 PM – D1.600 (Thai2Go provided)
  5. Wilderness Medicine Group – High-Altitude Medicine Lab Talk and Lab Tour – March 10th at 3 PM.

Emmanuella Egbonim – Sprague College

copy-of-img_2582Hometown: Round Rock, TX

Undergrad: UT Austin

Interests: Netflix, reading (for fun), spending time with friends, film, learning about different places (countries, cities, cultures, etc)

Medical Interests: Cardiology, pediatric/adolescent medicine, emergency medicine, racial and ethnic health disparities

Fun Fact: My younger sister taught me how to tie my shoes!

What I like about UTSW: The colleges system is awesome and it has made getting to know people that much easier!

2/14/2017 Student Government Meeting

StuGov Updates – 2/14/17 at 3:15PM

President Updates

  1. Pet Therapy – March 20th, 2017
    • They emailed us back and told us they usually don’t do student events in March but they will do it around April-May for students who want to do events (like finals time)
  2.  Medical School Roast – Meet with Maura to discuss date and time of event and theme of the event
    1. It will most likely be in early April.
    2. Need to reserve room early to get mics and stuff.
  3. PRE-OP Questionnaire
    1. Study Skills/Wellness workshop 2 weeks in or during Pre-OP? Did individuals like the community service event?
    2. Survey for class – senators send an email.
    3. We’re shooting for at least 100 responses.
  4. DIT Dinner – This wednesday at 5PM
  5. StuGov Social – Next meeting as social outing?
    1. After spring break

StuGov Updates

  • Senators- Senators, as mentioned before, will be meeting with the colleges masters on the 27th of this month to discuss both successes of Colleges system as well as potential improvements. Our recommendations for improvements will focus on three specific points: One, making ethics and cultural discussions more longitudinal throughout the Colleges curriculum. Two, making expectations for standardized patient interviews more clear and attempting to redistribute interviews in order to more consistently improve history taking skills. And three, reviewing and integrating physical exam skills more consistently.
    • Asking if it would be possible to move Thursday colleges to Tuesday for future classes!! Talking to Dr. Wagner about this.
  • Curriculum – We met with the Pre-Clerkship Curriculum Committee on Tuesday, and the whole meeting was dedicated to our proposals. They, particularly the PC3 Directors, were a bit shocked to hear that students didn’t like weekly quizzes, because the Class of 2019 raved about them and older students had suggested it when they were making the new curriculum. We emphasized that our proposal (1 midterm, 1 final, 1 or more lecture problem sets) was for PC2 only, and that we would present a structure for PC3 at a future meeting. Another concern was that the weekly quizzes are used to gauge who is struggling with the material; however, other Deans and Profs. mentioned that week 1 quizzes were usually low and not necessarily reflective of student’s aptitude. We said the midterm would serve the same purpose and give students 2 weeks to review and succeed on the final. One more concern was that the problem set (in Heme) was open book. All in all, the Committee was open to considering our proposal (Heme will be a pilot), and they thanked us for bringing it up (Again, our reasoning for the proposal made a lot of them reconsider some things). We will work on addressing some of their concerns. Preliminarily, our PC3 proposal is as follows: If the block is 4 weeks, then 1 midterm, 1 final, and 1 lecture problem set will occur. If the block is 5 weeks, then 4 quizzes and 1 final will occur. The week 1 quiz will not count for anything, and the best 2 scores out of the remaining 3 quizzes will count for the quiz average. If the block is 7 weeks, then 6 quizzes and 1 final will occur. The week 1 quiz will not count for anything, and the best 4 scores out of the remaining 5 quizzes will count for the quiz average.
  • Test – We talked to Dr. Chen about the recent postquiz review and were able to get a few questions accepted dealing with the alpha hemoglobin and hydrops fetalis, as well as the Vitamin K meeting. We will continue to contact Dr. Shen about other questions that were asked
  • OSR- I’m hosting a meeting on 2/16 at 3:00 PM in the library with Dart+Senators to discuss wellness in preparation for the OSR conference in April. Everyone is welcome to attend, and if you want to discuss other issues you’d like be to look into, feel free to stop by as well.
  • DIA- We will be meeting with Dr. Nesbitt and the other DIA officers to update everyone on our meeting with Dr. Carter as well as discuss subcommittees of DIA, which include Medical Education, Medical Research, and PRE-OP.
  • Education IT – Still working on discounts for privacy screen  
  • Electives – Scheduled to meet with Dr. Wagner and Betty to discuss and approve the Math in Medicine elective. Proposal has met all requirements so it should be approved quickly. Trying to implement the class this term itself.
  • Convergence – Top Golf Event Sunday, 2/26 at 11 AM. Please Publicize!
    • We had a meeting – we will be sticking with the old pain convergence activities and progress the same way.
    • Health Professionals Wide Facebook Group
    • We will be hosting our next event (after Top Golf) sooner than later at the Community Brewery on March 11 at 5-7PM.  A flyer will be created (by Elise or Kevin) and distributed AFTER Top Golf has occurred.
    • Our next meeting is Wednesday, March 15th at 5:15PM
  •  Global Health – No updates
  • Social Chairs – MS0 social was a success! We will be planning boat party soon + other small events (Mavs game, etc)

Committee Updates

  • Ambassadors Committee- The Ambassadors committee met on Monday of last week to discuss putting together a “guidebook” of sorts for the ambassadors. It will include template emails, a timeline, links to application websites, faculty email addresses, and any other resources necessary to ensure that ambassadors are not spending too much of their very valuable summer break communicating with incoming MS1s. Before the end of February we are hoping to have this completed. Additionally, we are currently gathering feedback regarding resources (like the “You’re in Now What?” page and Peoplesoft) that students use prior to arriving on campus. If you have any particular concerns/comments regarding these resources please notify Alex or Sanjana, who would greatly appreciate it.
  • Research Committee – Meeting with Dr. Tandon next week February 20 to discuss first possible workshop. We have divided the subcommittee into smaller sub-subcommittees each tasked with their own agendas that is relevant to SRS’s overall mission statement. We have a general meeting on Wednesday, March 1st at 12:15PM.  On our agenda for the various subcommittees is (Resources) will create a website platform and advertise our group facebook page,  (Journal Club) will work on the upcoming Journal Club dates & speakers, and (workshops) will meet with with Dr. Tandon to further detail the first program. One of the important upcoming program idea we have is “Myths in Medical Research” which we believe is an important introduction for the organization.
  • DART Committee – We will be meeting on Thursday at 2:45 PM to discuss our future meeting with Dr. Wiles and Dr. Wagner, as well as collaborate with our OSR rep. Sanjana to investigate how other medical schools engage students in Wellness activities as well as to see what specific programs targeting mental health, if any, medical schools have. Additionally, we are thinking of also gathering more data on mental health across national medical schools by sending out surveys on topics such as how often are mental health offices utilized and where do students go to first, second, and third when they are stressed/ “in trouble”.
  • Thank You Committee – Cards for Derm patients are sent, Dr Au’s patient card is written and ready to be delivered, Cards for the 2 Heme patients are in the works.

Personal/Student Org updates

  • Rachel Shober – Planned Parenthood Planning Meeting – Wednesday at Wednesday at 7pm: 2808 McKinney Ave Apt. 209A

Weekly Events 2/20 – 2/25

If you’d like your event to be included on the blog each week and my biweekly email (Monday/Wednesday), please email your event to Ahana.Yogesh@utsouthwestern.edu by 7:30 PM on Saturday night or 7:30 PM on Wednesday night for any updates. Also, if you see your event on this email, please refrain from sending out individual event reminders unless you fall under an exception.

The weekly event blog post can be found here: https://utsw2020.wordpress.com/category/events/

Sign-Ups:
  1. RIG Co-President Application due February 28th. (Application attached)
  2. OSIG Officer Application due February 24th at 1:59 PM.
  3. TSSS M&M Conferences – Sign up by Thursday morning each week.
  4. Interest survey for Southwestern Student Connection’s Day at Southwestern volunteer event (date TBD)
  5. Hem/Onc Shadowing Signups
    1. Adult Inpatient: http://www2.mysignup.com/cgi-bin/view.cgi?datafile=ohmswards
    2. Adult Outpatient: http://www2.mysignup.com/cgi-bin/view.cgi?datafile=ohmsadult
    3. Pediatric Outpatient: http://www2.mysignup.com/cgi-bin/view.cgi?datafile=ohmsped
  6. SIGN Shadowing Signup (please only sign up for one spot; more spots will be available in February)
  7. Reminder: EMIG shadowing at Parkland & Children’s EDs is available 7 days/week from 7-11pm! Instructions & Sign-Ups:
  8. TSS Shadowing Signups:
  9. Psych SIG: Access to free membership to American Psychiatric Association (APA).
    • psychiatry.org/join
    • Contact Benjamin.Bleiberg@UTSouthwestern.edu for more info.
  10. Medical Humanities Interest Group: Literature+Medicine Conference on April 1st at SMU; Writing Contest deadline is March 10th. See attachment for details.
  11. Sign up for Hep B Screening at Arlington Chinese Church on February 26th – 12:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Monday, February 20th
  1. Lunch Meetings
    1. SNMA: “Culturally Competent Care: The Follow Up” – D1.200 (BHM flyer attached)
    2. SCF Lunch Break Fellowship: “Coping with Anxiety” – C2.108 (Chick-Fil-A provided)
Wednesday, February 22nd
  1. SNMA: Black History Month Celebration – 5:30 PM in Faculty Club (dinner and entertainment provided)
Upcoming
  1. Pathology Society – Dr. Suntrea Hammer – Bain Fellowship info session/Careers in pathology – Feb 27th – 12PM in D1.200 (lunch provided)

  2. Ophthalmology SIG – Post-Match Panel – February 28th – 12 PM in D1.200 (lunch provided)

  3. Student Interest Group in Neurology – Dr. Shaida Khan on neuromuscular subspecialty – February 28th – 12 PM in D1.700 (lunch provided)

What is Gleevec?

Happy last week of Heme everybody!

Here are the news for this week:

1. DIT – Here’s some information on DIT’s product, and how to subscribe at a discounted rate. We will be organizing another dinner at a later time.

If you sign up for the 2017 Step 1 Review Course before Wednesday, March 15th @ Midnight, you will receive $150 off the course price for the Step 1. This will be the deepest discount DIT has to offer off the Step 1 Review Course. If you plan to utilize DIT to prepare you for Step 1, now is a great time to get a head start and begin chipping away at Step 1. If you would like an explanation of the course components, this is a helpful video.

In order to utilize this discount, you’ll need to call 817-870-2730 between the hours of 9am-5pm or email support@doctorsintraining.com to receive $150 off the DIT 2017 Step 1 Review Course. A few items of note:

The discount must be used before Midnight on Wednesday, March 15th to receive the discount.

If you choose to take advantage of this discount, you will have 14 days after registration to receive a 100% refund. Please visit www.doctorsintraining.com to review our full refund policy.

Promptly following your purchase, you will have access to the DIT Primer Series. This will provide you with an opportunity to see the quality, structure and format of DIT’s videos. This will also allow you the opportunity to have something to work with over the early spring semester. Also note, Part 1 recently began the first week of January, so you can check that out also.

If you guys have any questions feel free to reach out to Jaclyn at Jaclyn.engel@doctorsintraining.com or the Customer Relations Team at support@doctorsintraining.com

2. Privacy Filters – Effective February 27: Privacy Screens for Laptops are Now Required (Starting with the Cardiovascular Course). If you are not doing the bulk order, make sure you purchase it by the due date. We don’t have updates on the bulk purchase yet.

3. SLC Meeting Update – This week, we learned about what buildings would be popping up on campus over the next few years. In case you are interested, here’s the list:

– Rad Onc Building (East Campus)
– West Campus Phase I (new Sim Lab, faculty offices, clinical space)
– South Campus Renovations (new vivarium, renovation of the L2/L3 carrels, lab/office renovations)
– New wing of Clements Hospital

4. Student and Faculty Roast – Save the Date April 19th, 5PM. More info to come soon.

5. Top Golf Social –  We will be hosting an interprofessional social event at Top Golf this Sunday, February 26th from 11am – 1PM. Come out and meet students from others schools at UTSW, TWU, and TTU. Join the Facebook group for more information.

6. Check out the Student Profile tab to find out more about Aakash Gandhi from Seldin College.

Best of luck this week, rock that final, and enjoy the Golden Weekend!

Clementine and Umaru

Aakash Gandhi – Seldin College

aakash

College: Washington University in St. Louis

Hometown: Greenville, NC

Undergrad: Chemistry

Interests: Coffee, Violin, Dance, Craft Beer

Medical Interests: Research (pharmacology, metabolism, drug resistance), Internal Medicine, Education

Fun Fact: I recently purchased a 5-string electric violin. I’m getting better but I’m no Shan Su or Kevin Nguyen

What I like about UTSW: Everyone’s an unabashed geek about something–it’ll be exciting to see what everyone chooses to do after medical school.

What is BCR/ABL1?

My fellow PC2s,

We would like to thank everyone who participated in MS0 Weekend and Multicultural Week. It was a huge success and the feedback from MS0s was great! Your presence at the events and sessions meant a great deal to them as they decide their medical school of choice.

Now as we are half-way through Heme, here are the news for the week.

  • Faculty Excellence Reception–Feb 14 at 12PM in D1.700. We currently have more than 30 professors who have RSVP, and we need least twice as many students to attend as well. Let us show the faculty that we appreciate them!  If you will be attending, please join the Facebook event. There will be Free Food.

The purpose of this event is to recognize faculty members who have gone above and beyond for our medical education.

Categories include:
– Professors who taught up to 4 lectures
– Professors who taught 5 or more lectures
– Favorite course
– Katherine Howe Muntz Award for Excellence in Anatomy Lab Instruction
– MVP for Macromolecules
– MVP for Cells
– MVP for Tissues
– MVP for Genetics
– MVP for Organisms and the Host
– MVP for Microanatomy
– MVP for Musculoskeletal and Dermatology

We will have FOOD!
To our faculty, thank you for teaching us.
We hope to see everyone on the 14th!

  • Doctors in Training (DIT) Presentation Dinner – IF you have RSVP’d, do not forget to join us for the DIT dinner this week.  It will be at 18th & Vine BBQ on February 15th at 5PM. Do not be late, and if you can’t make it anymore, find someone who will replace you and let us know who.

Free dinner, $150 discount, free t-shirts, $5 per person for charity of our choice, and a raffle for a free DIT Step 1 Review Course. All of this just for your presence.

  • Privacy Filters – Effective February 27: Privacy Screens for Laptops are Now Required (Starting with the Cardiovascular Course). If you are not doing the bulk order, make sure you purchase it by the due date.

As you’ve heard, the administration has decided to move forward on making privacy filters mandatory during quizzes, exams, and iRATs

  • Check out the Student Profile tab to learn more about Mahmoud Elguindy of Pritchard College.

As always, if you need anything, have suggestions, or want to talk, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We are here for you!

Take care,

Umaru and Clementine

Weekly Events 2/13 – 2/17

If you’d like your event to be included on the blog each week and my biweekly email (Monday/Wednesday), please email your event to Ahana.Yogesh@utsouthwestern.edu by 7:30 PM on Saturday night or 7:30 PM on Wednesday night for any updates. Also, if you see your event on this email, please refrain from sending out individual event reminders unless you fall under an exception.

The weekly event blog post can be found here: https://utsw2020.wordpress.com/category/events/
Sign-Ups:
  1. RIG Co-President Application due February 28th. (Application attached)
  2. TSSS M&M Conferences – Sign up by Thursday morning each week.

  3. Interest survey for Southwestern Student Connection’s Day at Southwestern volunteer event (date TBD)

  4. IDIG Shadowing Signup 
  5. Hem/Onc shadowing Signups:
  6. SIGN Shadowing Signup (please only sign up for one spot; more spots will be available in February)
  7. Reminder: EMIG shadowing at Parkland & Children’s EDs is available 7 days/week from 7-11pm! Instructions & Sign-Ups:
  8. TSS Shadowing Signups:
  9. Psych SIG: Access to free membership to American Psychiatric Association (APA).

  10. Medical Humanities Interest Group: Literature+Medicine Conference on April 1st at SMU; Writing Contest deadline is March 10th. See attachment for details.
  11. CIG: Sign up to volunteer and teach kids with CIG/AVID at TJ Rusk Middle School on February 15th from 12:15 PM – 1:10 PM.
  12. Sign up for Hep B Screening at Arlington Chinese Church on February 26th – 12:30 PM – 3:30 PM
  13. V-Day: Clothing Drive for Genesis Women’s Shelter from February 6th – February 17th
    • Donation boxes in carrels and Student Center
Monday, February 13th
  1. Lunch Meetings
    1. SSIM Brown Bag Luncheon – Sanders Lounge (food for first 35)
      1. https://goo.gl/forms/bxtgCAVeyWUNNtLf1
    2. SNMA Physician-Resident Panel on “The Complexity of Color in Medicine” – D1.602 (lunch provided) – Black History Month flyer attached
    3. St. Basil Society – Dr. Lynn Roppolo (EM) on Work/Life Balance in Medicine – D1.700 (lunch provided)
    4. SCF – Lunch Break Fellowship – Gooch C2.108 (Chick-fil-a provided)
  2. GHHS – Film Viewing: Code Black – 7 PM on D1.200 (snacks and drinks provided)
Wednesday, February 15th
  1. Lunch Meetings
    1. IDIG – “Role of the Gut Microbiota in the Health of Cancer and Stem Cell Transplant Patients” by Dr. Andy Koh – D1.102 (lunch provided)
    2. QI – “Why Is QI Important?” – Distinction Refresher lunch meeting – D1.106 (Alonti’s for 30)
    3. Diversity Lunch and Learn – Ildemaro Gonzalez on Culturally Competent Care – D1.502 (lunch provided)
    4. [Elective] Fertility Awareness – Lupita Assad, RN – FABMs in Global Health – D1.100
Thursday, February 16th
  1. Lunch Meetings
    1. GHHS – Dr. Naomi Winick (Pediatric Neuro-Oncologist) – D1.200
  2. SNMA Movie Screening: The Butler – 3 PM in S2.218
 
Friday, February 17th
  1. Lunch Meetings
    1. GHHS – Dr. Anita Hegde (Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine) – D1.200
  2. V-day – Vagina Monologues – 7 PM in D1.700
    • Buy presale tickets at Student Center for $7; tickets at the door are $10
Saturday, February 18th
  1. V-day – Vagina Monologues – 2 PM in D1.700
    • Buy presale tickets at Student Center for $7; tickets at the door are $10
Upcoming
  1. Ophthalmology SIG – Post-Match Panel – February 28th – 12 PM in D1.200 (lunch provided)

Have a great rest of the week!