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LIFE UNIVERSITY HOSTS PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS AT EAGLE MADNESS

Marietta, Georgia, October 30, 2020 – Life University (LIFE) will host prospective undergraduate and graduate students and their guests on Saturday, November 7, 2020 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in Lyceum Dining Hall for Eagle Madness Preview Day.

Faces of LIFE

Victoria Petruzzella

“There were a couple things that led me to LIFE. I started chiropractic care when I was 10 years old because I hurt my knee and tore my meniscus. I went to two orthopedic specialists, and both of them told me I needed surgery.”

TCL

TCL October 28: John Loud

Life University Vice President of University Advancement Dr. Gilles Lamarche hosts another Today’s Conversations on Leadership session with John Loud, founder and President of LOUD Security Systems in Kennesaw, Georgia and Chairman of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce in Marietta, Georgia.

My 1st Quarter

Chantelle Frazier

You are going to have your bad days, but you’re also going to have your good days. You will make it through. There is a finish line. Stay the course.

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Faces of LIFE

Chantelle Frazier

Originally, Frazier was pre-med with the intentions of going to medical school. “I actually worked in a hospital surrounded by doctors, nurses and PT’s, and they all looked pretty miserable,” she shared. “I realized I didn’t think this was the kind of energy I wanted to be around because it’s kind of draining.”

My 1st Quarter

Tracy Lefebre

Relax into being yourself. You are learning the knowledge, but we all bring the things we have already experienced in life.

TCL

TCL October 28: John Loud

Life University Vice President of University Advancement Dr. Gilles Lamarche hosts another Today’s Conversations on Leadership session with John Loud, founder and President of LOUD Security Systems in Kennesaw, Georgia and Chairman of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce in Marietta, Georgia.

Faces of LIFE

Victoria Petruzzella

“There were a couple things that led me to LIFE. I started chiropractic care when I was 10 years old because I hurt my knee and tore my meniscus. I went to two orthopedic specialists, and both of them told me I needed surgery.”

Faculty/Staff, WOWs

More WOWs for Exceptional Student Service

Dr. Marc Schneider, who serves as VP for Student Affairs, would like to share the following acknowledgments – or WOWs – with the LIFE community: “Every quarter, without fail, the Student Affairs team comes together to produce a graduation, orientation and housing move-in that, no matter…