Alphabet Soup

After three weeks of Becoming a Pharmacist, we are finally student pharmacists!


Which also means we no longer have class for six hours every day! It also meant that starting last Friday, everyone’s inbox began exploding with e-mails about the first meetings from the different student organizations.  As many of us have been spending the last month wondering what organizations we were going to join, it was nice to finally find out more specifics about each organization.  However, I also began to have flashbacks to high school and learning about all of FDR’s New Deal Programs as almost all of the organizations go by their initial.

Alphabet Soup

After attending at least one meeting almost every day this last week, I think I am finally figuring out what I want to get involved in; though I still haven’t decided whether or not I am going to/if I even want to join a fraternity. Decisions, decisions!! For now my “for sures” include MPSA and the HOPE Clinic. MPSA is sort of the umbrella organization for doing Health Fairs, community education, and for joining other organizations.  The HOPE Clinic is a free clinic in Duluth; you can read more about it here. There are also a few more that I am fairly certain I want to join, but the first meetings are during this upcoming week, so we shall see…

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  1. hannahchang90

     /  September 16, 2014

    Hi Pam, I am so glad you decided to join HOPE Clinic! It is an amazing way to get clinical experience and give back to the community. See you around : -)


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