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... the interest of the student, but at least six months must be dedicated to direct patient care activities. At the end of the one-year internship, the student must pass the Professional Registration Examination, which results in a Masters of Pharmacy. Starting in September with the incoming class, curriculum will be changing. Instead of dedicating a full year to an internship at the end of school, the internship period will be broken up between the third, fourth, and ...
... a pint (juice or other) and start this story "having a drink..."
It is getting to that time of the semester when every teacher decides to have all their midterms and essays. Still motivated for exploration, I took off for a weekend in Dublin, perfectly placed between a Thursday biology exam and midterm essay due Monday. Ireland offered a weekend of fun, spontaneity and a surprising source of knowledge and historical ...
... was a lot of fun!!
January 15- Thursday:
A welcome ceremony was held for all of the international students. It was pretty cool because every event run by the school has free alcohol. You would never find this happen on PC's campus. That night we went out again to a place called Palace. It was really cool and kinda like Howl at the Moon, but with more Irish people!!
January 16- Friday:
Friday was a ...
... am flight to Rome. And then, as they say, the story really starts. More tomorrow ....
Meanwhile, here are some photos to whet your appetites. The first shows our dining table, spread out with Joy's chaotic (sorry,highly organised) method of sorting her packing. Hmmm. And then she wants to sort out her cases when we arrive in Naples. So what the **** is all this???? We couldn't miss out ...
... until 1924. It was a "modern" jail for the time as it had individual cells for individual prisoners. Prior to that all prisoners in a jail would be thrown into group cells together regardless of age, gender or crime. Somewhere along the way the authorities figured out this system only led to more crime. So they built this jail on top of a hill, for better airflow and sanitation and gave the prisoners individual cells. The problem was they arrested people and threw them in ...