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ATSU takes the pulse of its anatomy programs

No bones about it, the anatomy labs at ATSU are pretty cool. From state-of-the-art computer software and a 3-D theatre to tried and true cadaver dissection and textbooks, the labs are a mighty source of knowledge and skill for students across disciplines. Both Arizona’s and Missouri’s facilities are finding new ways to integrate dissection and software, each putting student learning at the heart of its programs...

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Upcoming Alumni Events:

OCT 9 KOAA Annual Luncheon & Assembly Meeting, San Diego, Calif.
OCT 9 ATSU Alumni and Friends Reception, San Diego, Calif.
OCT 20 ADA Annual Session ASDOH Alumni Reception, San Francisco, Calif.
OCT 25-27 KCOM & SHM Founder’s Day Alumni Reunions, Kirksville, Mo.
OCT 25-27 Founder’s Day Manipulative Update, Kirksville, Mo.
NOV 28-DEC 1 Primary Care Update, Ridgedale (Branson), Mo.

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In-flight entertainment

Imagination takes flight on the 50-acre Wind Riff Farm on the outskirts of Kirksville, Mo., where Sydney P. Ross, DO, ’59, perfects his lifelong love for building exact replica model airplanes. His favorite is this 1943 Navy fighter plane, the F411 Corsair, with a 105-inch wingspan, complete with retractable landing gear and weighing only 38 pounds. Construction took several years and $5,000 to complete...

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At the heart of commencement

Loving ATSU isn’t hard to do — especially when honoring hundreds of bright, compassionate graduates who walk the stage each year at commencement. You know the procession by heart, but here is what stole ours at this summer’s celebrations...

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Two heads are better than one

A deformed skull (left) tells a story of mystery and intrigue. Its flattened and elongated shape was likely caused by frequently tying a board to the top of the head, a custom practiced by some cultures as a symbol of beauty or status...

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The house that Jack built

At two retirement events, ATSU said goodbye to its beloved president and his wife, Sue. Thanking the couple for their years of service were nearly a thousand guests across both campuses and communities. Building steadfast relationships in a time of transition, Dr. Magruder has undoubtedly left the University better than when he found it...

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Leroy “Scott” Allison, DO, ’82, Bartlesville, Okla., died Jan. 23, 2012, at age 62. Dr. Allison was born Oct. 16, 1949, in Atkinson, Neb., to Joseph L. and Phyllis E. (Brown) Allison. He grew up in many places as his father was in the U.S. Navy, stationed at several locations over the years. After receiving his high school education he served in the U.S. Air Force and later in the Army Reserves.

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1940s
Leonard Staff Jr., DO, ’45, received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Arizona Osteopathic Medical Association annual convention April 20 in Scottsdale, Ariz.
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