yea it probably was caught by the spam blocker. Jill sent a message on that chat thing that says that a lot of them bounced back due to spam blockers.WillowRose said:Hey...I used to get those monthly e-mails! I wonder if my stupid SpamBlocker has been catching them and I haven't noticed.
Do not waste you time reading any of those books, unless you're just really bored. The Sompayrac book is excellent, however I'd hold off on reading it until you're in B&I block.DORoe said:Did you guys see on the OUCOM currents the summer reading that we are supposed to do. We have these on the list for those of you that don't get the OUCOM Currents
The DO's by Gevitz
How The Immune System Works by Lauren M. Sompayrac
The Scalpel and the Silver Bear : The First Navajo Woman Surgeon Combines Western Medicine and Traditional Healing by Elizbeth Cohen Van Pelt and Lori Alvord, M.D.
There are a couple of other recommended books as well. Plus I see that we are going to be getting our COMrade assignments here pretty soon.
Hey Rick,SolisR said:
TWO scouting trips and still no suitable housing!?!?!?!?
I am now on panic mode.
Maybe my wife will find something between now and Thursday? Maybe?
OK....I'm a little confused! The checklist says get the TB test completed by June 1, 2004. Didn't the paper we got in the mail say we had to wait until *after* June 1 to get it done?Shinken said:Guys, did you check out the Orientation Handbook?
If it makes you feel any better.... I know of no one in the last 2 years who applied to the PCC and didn't get "accepted". In fact, if a student repeats the first year, he or she may choose PCC to attempt a different learning style. Don't be fooled, it's not competitive. It's not an honors curriculum (some people think that when applying), they'll take anyone. Trust me, I was in it for a few weeks. Of the original group of students accepted, approximately 5 people will switch over to CPC in the first week. Then they will open the floodgates. Hope this eases your stress....WillowRose said:is anyone else a little peeved that they can't seem to decide when they are going to decide who is accepted into the PCC track?
Thanks Alex,drdrtoledo said:Hey Rick,
I don't know if you've seen the housing websites or not for OUCOM but here goes. [...]
Sorry if you've tried these already... [...] If you tell me what you're looking for I can ask my fellow 2nd years.... but we're all leaving at the end of August.
If your computer is capable of reading CDR's, Using word, adobe acrobat, and excel... then you have the curriculum covered. A good internet connection to download the 10gig powerpoints off the Web CT site is good too. Rest assured that there is access to a computer if you need somthing more. The LRC computers are top of the line, have CD burners, use Zip disks, and run good software. They are seldom full... maybe during peak "in between class" hours. Hardly anyone is there after 5pm. Worst case, there are hundreds of computers scattered around the university within walking distance. What you have should suffice... don't spend the money. Just make sure you have a couple of gigs free on your harddrive. Anything else (I can't think of anything) can be done in the LRC.WillowRose said:Have you all looked at the computer requirements? What in the world are they doing that requires us to have at least a 1.2 GHz processor?? I just bought a new laptop a couple of years ago and I really wanted to save $2000.