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Still Magazine: Letters

President’s Letter

Friends, Since the last issue of the magazine, ATSU has continued to move forward on the journey to becoming the nation’s pre-eminent health sciences university. As expected, we received the final report from the Higher […]

Posted In: Headlines, Letters
March 1, 2010

Editor’s Letter

Creation is life, and to some, a life’s work. I’ve made it mine, and this issue explores how alumni, students, faculty, and staff make it part of theirs. Although every issue is an exercise in […]

Posted In: Headlines, Letters
March 1, 2010

President’s Letter

Friends, As you read this issue of Still Magazine, Founder’s Day will recently have been celebrated on both campuses, including Still-A-Bration in Kirksville. These marvelous events marked the founding in 1892 of our great institution […]

Posted In: Headlines, Letters
March 1, 2010

Editor’s Note

This issue explores not simply medical missions and the international work of students and alumni but the power of “one.” One person, one hand, one sense of responsibility, and the corresponding and remarkable determination to […]

Posted In: Headlines, Letters
March 1, 2010