Welcome to my new series, Front Row Views. When I’m not paying attention in class (which is quite often… sorry mom and dad), I tend to notice really random things happening around me. Tie that in with my overly sarcastic and unfiltered personality and you get a somewhat funny post (I think). And since this first post happens to be on a Thursday, I decided to include some from my college days (#throwbackThursday anyone?)
Let me know what you all think!
Before we start the bulk of Term 2, I thought we could take a trip down memory lane and laugh at some things we heard in Term 1. So without further ado, here are the final quotes I have from our first semester! Enjoy! Continue reading
As we get ready to take finals, I thought we could all use a mental break and get a quick laugh in before we find our ways back to the study halls, crying and ripping whatever hair is left from our heads. Continue reading
Back at it again with the silly (and sometimes really weird) quotes. But when teachers say these ridiculous things, the material sticks better! Here is the fourth volume of TIHIMS — all quotes are from professors, TAs and friends. Make sure to check out the others if you haven’t! And share this post if it gave you a good laugh! Continue reading
Even though we are starting the second half of the semester, we still need to remember everything we learned since January. This includes random (and sometimes funny) quotes from professors and friends. Here is the third volume of TIHIMS — make sure to check out the first two as well! Most of the quotes this time are from biochemistry.
Since we are halfway through midterms, I thought I would take a trip down memory lane and look over some of the funny things we heard in medical school thus far. Make sure to read Volume 1! All quotes are from various professors and students. Can you remember them? Continue reading
After finishing a term of medical school, I’ve come to accept the fact that sleepless nights and forever present stress are my new friends. I don’t think I’ve had a solid night of sleep in 4 months. Or a real meal for that matter. Continue reading