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From the archives
The Museum of Osteopathic Medicine shares another artifact - Dr. A.T. Still's first-ever diploma, awarded to faculty member William Smith, M.D.

Class notes
Re-connect with classmates.

In memoriam
ATSU pays tribute to those who have passed.

Donor recognition
The university recognizes and thanks those who invest in its students' futures.

The last word
ATSU-ASHS Physical Therapy student Erin Shaw photographs "Shrek ears," taken alongside a mountain biking trail by the Superstition Mountains.

President's letter
by President Jack Magruder

Editor's Letter
by Kathryn Stroppel

Oh, the places they'll go!
ATSU-SOMA's inaugural class of 92 D.O.s realize a dream, for themselves and those who made it all possible.

ASHS commencement
Degrees are awarded in human movement, occupational therapy, physician assistant studies, audiology, doctor of health sciences, and physical therapy.

KCOM commencement
Degrees are awarded in osteopathic medicine and biomedical sciences at KCOM's 175th commencement.

SHM commencement
Degrees are awarded in geriatric health, health administration, health education, public health, public health - dental emphasis, and health education.

ASDOH commencement
Degrees are awarded in dental medicine, public health, and health sciences.

A mystery made for Hollywood
A new motion picture will be released this winter based on an unusual wooden cabinet known as the Dibbuk Box, currently in the care of Museum of Osteopathic Medicine Director Jason Haxton.