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New Trimester, Same Feelings

by Jan 26, 2017

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Every trimester has been a new and exciting experience. This trimester doesn’t seem like that. Thus far this trimester feels reminiscent of senior year in high school or college. I am at the end of classes and I am sharing the knowledge I now have with the incoming and lower trimester students. I plan to attend every open adjusting lab this trimester, take multiple certification classes, attend Motion Palpation Club meetings, and go to the Sports Council events. Of course, this is in addition to performing well in my classes.


To reiterate the familiarity I am feeling, this is the 6th trimester I am in the Student Council, last week was my 7th Club Lunch Day, this is my 5th trimester as an instructor recommended student tutor, and it will be my second time going to Washington D.C. for SACA.

I presented at Club Lunch Day and it may have been the largest turnout for a club lunch since I began at NUHS in January 2015. All the first trimester students were very engaged and excited to sign up for the student clubs. I had eight new students sign up for Chirogames club! I am very excited to finish up my tenure as president of Chirogames club with the largest group to date!


Even though things are the same, repetition is a nice change of pace. It seems counterintuitive and contradictory, but the status quo has been to expect the unexpected. It is nice to know what to expect. This won’t last since next trimester is the start of clinic. I will enjoy it for now and continue to enjoy the things I have come to love like beach days in January!

If you have any questions, please email me at [email protected].

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Christopher Kotwicki

Christopher Kotwicki

My name is Christopher Kotwicki and I am a future Doctor of Chiropractic! I am also a self-proclaimed beach bum, animal lover, fitness junkie, and sports fanatic.


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