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How do parents choose what their kids should eat? It’s a question that sparked curiosity in third-semester student Urieliz Cintron and led to the publication of her recent blog post in AUC Frontline, American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC)’s independent student-run news site.
When medical students set aside their books to spend a little time giving back to the community, big things can happen.
As the holiday season approached this year, the AUC community gave back in big ways. In Sint Maarten, the AUC campus hosted two donation drives: one benefiting food banks around the island and a second for orphanaged children.
Campus community honors veterans during special celebration on Wednesday, November 13
The better people are at taking care of themselves, the more effective they’ll be of taking care of others.” – Arianna Huffington, Founder of The Huffington Post and Founder and CEO of Thrive Global
Interested in exploring communities throughout Sint Maarten? Read one student's experience with using the local bus system on the island.
"Community Action Day is an event the whole school looks forward to because it really allows the students and faculty to come together for the residents of Sint Maarten," said 2nd-semester student Sonali Alluri.
Community Action Day encourages physicians-in-training to go beyond the campus to engage with community partners through service projects focusing on health, education, animal welfare, environmental awareness, and more.