Darnel James ‘23OD is the historian for the University’s National Optometric Student Association (NOSA), and as such, historical perspective is important to him. So when he had the chance to participate in the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service Jan. 20 with seven other NOSA students, it made a significant meaning impact to him.
Jennifer Benoit ‘22OD loves being a student ambassador. Not only does she get to conduct tours for prospective students and help with University events like commencement and the Dean’s Winterfest, but she gets to meet a lot of interesting people.
Cows aren’t usually associated with the holidays. But when Madison Dunning ‘23OD saw a cow on a holiday sweater at a department store, she had to have it.
A group of 21 students, led by Laine Higa, OD, assistant professor in the University’s Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO),PCO, and Navpreet Hehar, OD, PCO instructor, traveled to Panama Aug. 10-17, to bring much-needed medical eye care to those living in poverty who otherwise might not have a chance to receive such treatment.