Friday, August 7, 2020

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The Jesuit student, clad in his blue polo, hunches over, entering the small white tent filled with doctors and patients. He slowly lifts up his right hand revealing a large white bag, filled to the brim with medical supplies like cough syrup, reading glasses, and toothpaste. The patients loudly exclaim joyful cheers at the sight of such marvels, as...
The large group of Jesuit students crowd around the large brown podium, as the group eagerly awaits the arrival of their speaker of the month. They jump into their seats once they notice that the door creaked open. As the students would soon learn, this was not the Medical Society's usual speaker of the month; instead, this meeting more...
The excited cluster of Jesuit students crowd around the wise white-haired man standing tall in fresh scrubs. The students eagerly try to get a glimpse of the sign on the door, hoping to learn what was in store for them today. Quieting the students, the veteran doctor begins to explain the purpose of the medical experiment, saying that the lab studies crystallizing proteins....
The crowd of Jesuit students gather around a small black stage. Suddenly, a large grey haired man in white scrubs walks into the room. The students immediately quiet down and take their seats. The doctor climbs onto the stage, along with his young intern, ready to talk about his new research over sports injuries and how athletes can minimize...
The Jesuit senior nervously walks up to the black stage in the center of the room. Facts and figures quickly pulse through his mind, as he eagerly hopes to present his summer project. The Medical Society members give him a warm round of applause as he walks up to the podium, calming his nerves for his presentation. This was the...
An older doctor dressed in blue scrubs quickly paces down the white, sterile hallway. Following closely behind him, the Jesuit student meticulously writes down into his notebook, noting all of the doctor’s actions. They enter into the surgical operations room. The doctor washes his hands before entering the room. Quietly watching just a few feet away, the Jesuit student...
For some, the allure of "playing doctor" as a child never really went away. With its myriad of members, the Medical Society has had a significant impact on campus, becoming a home for the many Jesuit students interested in going from "playing doctor" to becoming one. This next year, the Medical Society has an exciting host of plans and new opportunities...
January 23rd marked the start of the clinical rotations for Medical Society members at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas. Earlier in the year, the clinical rotations were put on hold as a result of the devastating Ebola outbreak, putting the welfare of students above all. However, after Dallas had been officially declared Ebola-free, and the hospital safe from infection,...

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