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Last November 3, 2017, SLCM Iatros conducted its first photography workshop at Room 907 entitled “In Focus”. It was intended for both budding and seasoned […]
In The Loop
St. Luke’s College of Medicine – William H. Quasha Memorial welcomed more than 160 aspiring applicants last November 4, 2017 for the annual Open House […]
Vince Camangeg: What’s it like working in the college? Vice Dean Susan Nagtalon: I’ve been an active consultant since 1987 [in the SLCM OB […]
Let me start off by saying how tremendously anxious, yet extremely excited I was upon knowing that for our first meeting in gross anatomy lab, […]
Jonas Ramel also created all four cartoons featured in this year’s student guide under the theme Medical Student Stereotypes.
The ghosts of the previous batch lingered in the room. There were stains on the carpet, forgotten seat cushions and chairs with broken desks. It […]
Two wide iron crescents Seven-hundred ton behemoth of cold steel Stretched out thin, as if tip-toeing Pale against the power of it’s captive The […]
In the morning of June 15, 2016, I, the project proponent, proposed the SGD Project, a continuation of the activity that started last year with […]
Earlier today, two of our seniors presented about St. Luke’s Story of Curriculum Change as part of APMC’s movements. It’s so timely to be talking […]
Ate Jess, a current third year student, is a very shy and sweet person who could be spotted in the library sporting her usual playful […]
The Apollo Papers
Note: the author has chosen to use a pen name for anonymity. I know that right now, you are unsure of us. You feel […]
I can still pull it up into consciousness: the memory of you telling me you’ve been diagnosed, for quite some time now, with major depressive […]
As future doctors, perfection is what we strive for. We perfect our knowledge and skills of the profession so we are not only benevolent, we are also non-maleficent. We continue to improve ourselves by studying and working hard in order to become flawless. Perfection is our end-goal.