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Flipside Returns From Lengthy Hiatus: We thought STEP 1 was after M1 year

<em>Flipside</em> Returns From Lengthy Hiatus: We thought STEP 1 was after M1 year

FLIPSIDE HEADQUARTERS – Well, this is embarrassing. It seems that there has been a bit of a mix up of sorts. We here at The Flipside have been, well, studying for boards. That’s kind of why we haven’t been generating much content lately. Oops.

You see, we took the whole STEP 1 thing a bit too literally. We thought it was the first step because it was after the first year. We see now that that does not make any sense. We apologize for letting a lot of rather strange Feinberg events pass through our all seeing and all knowing filter. I mean, think about it. This new media site stuff? Lectures in the law building without sending us an email? Lack of preparation for anatomy lab? The entire Head and Neck schedule? Crazy, right?

Again, that’s our bad folks. We’re on it now. To be honest though, it’s getting really easy to satirize what goes on around here. It’s as if it just falls into our lap or something.

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2 Responses to “Flipside Returns From Lengthy Hiatus: We thought STEP 1 was after M1 year”

  1. Lisa Wittig says:

    what does that mean, “lack of preparation for anatomy lab?” and also, didn’t you see my clever link on how to get to Lincoln Hall posted to emerg?

    Your favorite coordinator,
    Lisa

    • Nick Zessis says:

      Dear Lisa,

      Thank you for your inquiry. The editors would like to make a clarification. The reference to a lack of preparation for anatomy lab was regarding the absence of lectures prior to labs. As we understand it from our M2 counterparts, the old curriculum featured lectures on that day’s lab immediately prior to the lab. Students this year felt like they didn’t have enough instruction on how to approach the lab and, as a result, felt like they weren’t taking as much away from it. The handouts we had during Foundations were very detailed and acted as a useful supplement to the Dissector. So, if lectures aren’t an option, a more detailed learning guide on the lab would not only give us more direction, but it would also make us more efficient.

      As for the link on emerg, that’s not your fault, it’s more of us just being annoyed with emerg itself, which is something we tend to show in almost every issue.

      Yours truly,

      The Feinberg Flipside Staff

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