This time of year, “The Twelve Days of Christmas” song can be heard in shopping malls, restaurants, TV commercials and pretty much everywhere else. We are all familiar with the “partridge in a pear tree” and those “two turtle doves,” but what about the gifts that an ASDA membership can offer? Here’s an end-of-the-year reminder of all the things you can take advantage now and in the coming year.
Like every fourth-year dental student, Farhan Momin, Midwestern-Illinois ’19, hopes to graduate soon and begin his professional career. But how many dentists can say they took a semester off during dental school to hone their culinary skills on national television? Here, Farhan discusses how he combines both his professional and creative passions.
As part of such a diverse class of dental students, I find myself in awe of how many different languages we can collectively speak. The diversity in my class alone is reflective of the diversity that we have in the U.S. According to the US Census Bureau, about a quarter of Americans speak a language other than English at home. In 2010, Spanish was the widest-spoken language other than English. Other common languages include French, Chinese, Tagalog, Vietnamese, Korean and German. Clearly, in today’s globalized world, multilingualism is increasingly important. Here are some reasons speaking another language can benefit both you and the people around you…