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The frosh hat, slang for freshman hat, is an old-school tradition that dates back more than 100 years to Dr. A.T. Still’s time as president of the American School of Osteopathy (ASO).

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Through a new Culinary Medicine elective course, medical students at ATSU-KCOM are gaining firsthand knowledge of how specific ingredients impact health.

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Dubbed one of the nation’s top athletic trainers during NBC’s competition-style TV show, “STRONG,” Mathew Miller, MS, ’06, and partner Nicole Bentley placed as top three finalists. “STRONG,” a 10-episode series, started with 10 teams comprised of professional trainers and trainees.

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At ATSU, the White Coat Ceremony is a symbol of a student’s dedication to becoming a compassionate, competent healthcare professional.

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Therapy animals have become a big hit on the Arizona campus. In particular, a miniature horse named Tater Tot is a favorite among ATSU students, faculty, and staff. Tater Tot visits campus in the cooler months and always sports a blue ATSU braid in his tail.

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