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CONTENTS ON CAMPUS


4 News & Notes Welcome the new vice chancellor for admissions, plus get to know Nicole Rathje.


6 Socialize Students respond on Instagram Stories to the question, “What are your goals for 2021?”


8 Research Robert Cooperstein, D.C., M.A., reflects on 36 years of practice, research, teaching and mentorship at Palmer West.


10 Special Announcement Victor Strang, D.C., retires after 43 years


teachning over 25,000 students at Palmer. IN THE COMMUNITY


11 Clinic Impact Chiropractic changed this veteran’s life. “I’ve come in here pretty much crawling, and after my adjustments I’m literally able to walk out with little to no pain.”


A CLOSER LOOK


12 Gold Medal Care Palmer alumni provide care for some of the world’s most elite athletes.


20 Making Space for the World’s Best Chiropractors Palmer nears the finish line on the David D. Palmer Learning Commons.


ADJUSTMENTS


26 Alumni Profiles Steven Saro, D.C., celebrates 30 years of practice, plus Mike Olson, D.C. precepts students.


28 Class Notes The most recent celebrations and accolades from Palmer alumni.


29 In Memoriam A solemn reminder of the individuals we lost this year.


30 Gift Announements Peter Martin, D.C., and Jennifer Coffey, D.C., give back with memorial funds.


31 Parting Thoughts Palmer’s Research Honors program drew Emma Rae Langdon to chiropractic.


2 30


Working in a professional clinical setting gives Palmer students a leading edge.


20


Triumphant arches are only part of Palmer’s latest construction project.


Philosophy professor Victor Strang, D.C., is beloved by his students and colleagues alike.


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SPRING 2021


“It’s my hope that current and future students of chiropractic will nurture and protect the right of our profession to chart its own path, and that they’ll honor those who gave them the freedom to do this.” —Victor Strang, D.C., FPAC


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