SouthEast’s mission is to provide medical and dental care to Lancastrians who have no insurance, and little or no income. They see a whopping 16,000+ medical patients annually who make approximately 90,000 visits (not including about 18,000 annual dental visits). And all on a shoestring budget. “We make dresses out of drapes,” Kedren has told me. “Dresses out of drapes . . . it’s an informal motto around here.” Like Scarlett O’Hara in Gone with the Wind, SouthEast is short on resources, long on resourcefulness. Out of necessity, they get creative . . .
It’s that time of year again: the flowers and trees are budding, the birds are chirping …. well, not so much this year. BUT, the law school acceptances are starting to roll in. Congratulations to those of you who have received law school acceptances – your hard work in school, on the LSAT, and in crafting a perfect law school application has paid off! For many of you, however, the most difficult part of the process is just beginning: decision-making...
“What I'm not clear on is what I'd actually do with a degree in public health”. . . This is a sentiment I hear pretty frequently in my line of work. A Masters in Public Health leads to a wide variety of career options, so wide that students often have a hard time imagining their future professional lives . . .
If you’re planning to apply to law school next year – or at any time in the future – one looming hurdle likely stands in between you and that all-star application: the LSAT. The LSAT is one of the most important pieces of your law school application, if not THE most important piece. Why is that, you might ask?
So, you think you want to go to law school. If you don’t know which courses to take during your time at F&M, you are not alone. Many pre-law students find themselves at a loss when they are trying to select courses or decide upon a major. Because there is no required coursework for law school – like there is for medical school – pre-law students are often left without much (or any) guidance when selecting their undergraduate courses. Rest assured, if you choose an area of study that interests and challenges you, you will put yourself in a good position for success in law school and beyond. Below are some points to think about as you consider the right academic path for you.