This year has held a lot of obstacles for student pharmacists, but that doesn’t mean it’s been all “no’s.” If your or your chapter’s outlook on the upcoming year is grim and hopeless, you are going
FEATURES: By Clayton Melson, PharmD
If you would have told me 2 months ago that I would be completing my last months of pharmacy school rotations confined to this desk at home due to a worldwide pandemic, I would have said you were c
FEATURES: By Karen Johnson, Victoria Nguyen, and Riley Davis
The William Carey University School of Pharmacy (WCUSOP) in Biloxi, MS, is the second PharmD program in the state and the first accelerated program in the region, from New Orleans, LA, to Pensacola
“The new Miss America is … Camille Schrier, Virginia!” And with those words in December, the pharmacy community rejoiced as one of its own became Miss America 2020.
According to Wikipedia, non-traditional students are defined as “adult students who are not participating in higher education immediately after high school, are 25 years old and older, and/or have
Throughout the book Outliers, author Malcolm Gladwell repeatedly mentions the “10,000-Hour Rule.” Gladwell proposes that the key to achieving world-class expertise in any