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Student Government Association Club Fair is a Huge Hit

January 15, 2014

With about 40 clubs and organizations to choose from, medical students at Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) had an opportunity to learn about all of them at the Student Government Association’s Club Fair on January 15. The CAC building was packed with interested students who roamed from one information table to another, listening to representatives of the clubs.

RUSM Dean Joseph Flaherty, MD stopped by the event and chatted with many of the attendees and presenters, including the Phi Delta Epsilon Medical Fraternity, whose members wore distinctive purple tee shirts.

There are clubs to cater to every type of interest, whether professional, personal, or cultural. For example, there are clubs for family medicine, pediatrics, ob-gyn and more; for dance, wellness, and vegetarianism; and for Canadians and Africans, to name a few.

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