On June 10, overlooking downtown St. Louis and the Gateway Arch, a crowd numbering [...]
Many notable things happened 20 years ago. The Grateful Dead played their last concert, [...]
The Navajo American Indian Reservation in Cameron, Arizona is only three hours from the [...]
While embedded in a teaching health center, Jeremy Berger, OMS IV, SOMA, rediscovered the [...]
To some, AquaStretch™ may sound like the name of a super hero, but it’s actually an innovative pain management and physical medicine breakthrough treatment. For Jessica Huss, PT, DPT, CCI, ’02, AquaStretch™ often succeeds when […]
After tying the game in the waning seconds of regulation time, the Frozen Tide, University of Alabama’s club hockey team, would challenge Southeastern Conference rival Vanderbilt in a pivotal overtime game.
“I had to get out and move on,” says Daryl Grigsby. “I never thought coming back would be the best decision I ever made.”
Ultra-sleek design, free range of motion, and intuitive control are just a few features of the da Vinci® XiTM Surgical System, the latest in minimally invasive surgery.
As a young Navajo child, DezBaa Damon-Mallette, DMD, ’07, realized she was very interested in dentistry. She was curious about dental instruments and how they were used to help patients.
From skydiving and whitewater rafting to donating her hair to Locks of Love, Lynda Tierney Konecny, DHEd, MS, CHES, ’08, challenges herself to do at least one memorable thing each year.
Through countless acts of altruism, A.T. Still University schools, colleges, and programs are constantly shaping their communities in positive ways. In this issue of Still Magazine, you will experience many student-, faculty-, and staff-led volunteer […]Read more
1960s Wilbert W. Stoever, DO, MACOI, ’61, received the 2015 Outstanding Physician award from the Osteopathic Founders Foundation of Tulsa, Okla., for his service to patients, community, the osteopathic profession, and the education of young […]Read more
ATSU Nelida Acosta is ATSU’s new senior administrative assistant for strategic university partnerships. She has worked at the University since 2011. Kimberly Blackman was named associate director of alumni relations for the Missouri campus. She […]Read more
John P. Aaronson, DO, ’49, North Bend, Ore., died June 28, 2014, at age 92. Dr. Aaronson was born Nov. 6, 1921, in San Francisco, Calif. He enlisted in the United States Navy in 1942, […]Read more