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The Many Reasons to be Thankful

by Nov 6, 2020

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November is the month designated as a time of reflection on what one is grateful for, and it typically culminates in the celebration of Thanksgiving. As I reflect on my time at NUHS, there are so many reasons to be thankful, the first of which is that the campus is located in Lombard, IL which is basically, my own “backyard”. Lombard is one of the many bustling suburbs of the Chicagoland area that has good shopping, restaurants, parks, gyms…you name it.

Campus Shot

In terms of the campus itself, it is a beautiful campus to take a stroll on and enjoy nature and Lake Janse that is right at the center.


There are over 25 Student Clubs on the Lombard campus and even with all the safety measures that have become necessary since the start of COVID-19, Student Clubs are still providing occasions for additional learning, community service events, and ways to be social while exercising social distancing.

Rameda in Clinic

What I am particularly thankful for is the opportunity to apply for the various Institutional Scholarships that are offered every trimester. This Tri, I was awarded the DC Blogger Scholarship which affords me the opportunity to share a bit of what student life is like on the NUHS, Lombard campus and reasons to be thankful for why I attend.

Please take a moment to share what you are thankful for at this time

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Rameda Lee

Rameda Lee

Rameda Lee is an 10th Trimester Chiropractic Medicine student, a 2020-21 Senior Ambassador of NCMIC’s Starting Into Practice Student Program on the NUHS Lombard Campus, and a 2020-21 Chicago Area Schweitzer Fellow. Through blogging for NUHS’ website, Rameda hopes to acquire and exercise skills that will allow her to represent herself both personally and professionally and to be in a position to assist others in their decision making regarding; choosing a Program of Study; attending NUHS; and in gaining insights into what student life at NUHS, Lombard would be like.


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