Welcome to vet school! You’re likely here because you grew up surrounded by animals, you might have a list of names of your future pets, or you’ve acquired a mini zoo from working in clinics. Either way, if you’ve chosen a career dedicated to helping animals, there’s a good chance you want one for yourself. […]
Lessons From Year One: Take What you Need
Coming into vet school from a competitive undergraduate university and a Master’s degree under my belt, I thought there would be no surprises for me beginning the rigorous curriculum. While I was prepared for the material taught in class, the sheer amount of material was more than I was ready for. My first semester, I […]
Hey First Years! Aren’t Biochem and Anatomy Annoying? They are! But Here’s Why They’re so Important.
It’s kind of like building a fire. Yes, the old “building a fire analogy” might be a weird, irrelevant, overused one. But for those who have built a fire or two, or for those who have the patience to hear this one out, it makes sense and it may be the guiding force that gets […]