Student Articles

In Service to Others

It is hard to believe that it has been a year since we announced the first recipient of the Foxworth Family Scholarship. This past weekend at the FCA The National Convention in Orlando, Florida, Kristi Hudson introduced attendees to William (Billy) Stetzel, this...

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Summer Reading

Unlike my 10-year-old son, I loved the required summer reading assignments at the end of each school year. Those books would whisk me away to big cities and exotic destinations far from the hot, humid summers of rural Mississippi. I would discover new foods, new...

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Pride & Prejudice

Growing up, the book Pride and Prejudice helped broaden my perspective on how I viewed those around me. It follows Elizabeth Bennett as she learns the error of making hasty judgments, heightening her understanding and acceptance of the differences in those around her....

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Everything is Bigger in Texas…

The bitter legal battle between the Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners (TBCE) and the Texas Medical Association (TMA) has been ongoing since 2006. Although there are many caveats to the lawsuit, the most perplexing component is the Texas Medical Association’s...

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Protecting Your Future License Now

It won’t be long now. You’ll have a shiny new license that lets the world know that you are a Doctor of Chiropractic. Whether you plan to go into practice on your own or join an already-existing practice as an associate, there will be a multitude of complex state and...

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The Opioid Outbreak

On December 8, 2016, CNN posted an article with information that not many in our profession were surprised to see. The Opioid epidemic in the US is getting worse, not better. In 2015, the number of deaths involving opioids skyrocketed. This growing epidemic is...

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He Wants to Be a Chiropractor

He says he wants to be a chiropractor. When I was ten, I wanted to be a race car driver.  His friends want to create video games, become major league baseball players and YouTubers. (Is this really a profession?) In the wake of the Katie May autopsy report,...

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How Hungry Are You?

Last week, I had the amazing opportunity to sit in a room with 7,000 other people and learn from Tony Robbins. This has been a bucket list item for me for a long time. I have been listening to Tony for as long as I can remember. My mother would listen to his cassette...

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What is your story?

Recently, a friend recommended that I read The Storyteller’s Secret by Carmine Gallo, partially because of my fondness for TED talks. The book explains how storytelling, and its power to build emotional connections, have become increasingly valued in business today....

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