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ASDA wants an iPad

The iPad will be released tomorrow. Have you preordered? Meant to compete with Amazon’s Kindle, this product does a lot more than function as an e-reader. calls it “magical and revolutionary.” Maybe this is going a bit far, but it looks like one cool toy. Several of us at ASDA’s Central Office are intrigued,… Read more »

A Nautical Dinner Dance & Photos Forthcoming

It’s been almost a week since the close of ASDA’s 40th Annual Session. It still feels like everything just happened–the elections, the speakers, the party! It was a great meeting and it has left a lasting impression on everyone who was there. Requests have been pouring in for more videos and photos! Be patient, they’re… Read more »

Annual Session Wrap Up

Ahoy! Annual Session came to an end on Saturday with a nautical-themed dinner dance in honor of President Tim Moriarty. More videos and photos from the past week are on the way. Keep checking back! Facebook is lit up with messages and photos from the week. Everyone is trying to get some rest and decompress,… Read more »

And Your 2010-11 ASDA President is…

On Saturday, the ASDA House of Delegates elected a new executive committee. In a close race, Corwyn Hopke was elected president followed by vice presidents Andrew Read-Fuller and Naomi Sever. Watch the video for all the highlights of the election!

Annual Session Podcast: Hot Topics Super Session

This afternoon, ASDA held a series of breakout sessions on pressing issues in dentistry facing dental students. Listen in to part of these sessions below: Universal Healthcare The Congressional debate on healthcare reform is a heated topic around our nation.  This breakout session delved into how reform will affect dentistry, either positively or negatively, and… Read more »

Friday Night Wrap-Up!

What a day! Ask any EC candidate how the day went and they’ll likely note how long it was. Joint district caucuses drilled the EC and Speaker candidates with hard questions as well as silly tasks such as dancing and push-ups. How else do you decide who should be president than challenge them to a… Read more »