Demaris Hunger’s choice to study Dietetics at Life University was a winding road, both culturally and academically. “I speak Spanish, German and English, and I was raised in so many different cultural environments that I identify with a lot of them, and that allows me to reach out to more people.”
Doherty enrolled at LIFE because it felt like a no brainer. “My mother was holistic, and I was always around Chiropractic growing up,” Doherty said. “When something went wrong, we would get adjusted, eat some good food, rest and trust that the body functions to fix itself.”
During his exploration into preventive health care, Bayless was searching for anything and everything. “I was a fitness trainer for a few years because I believe a healthy lifestyle of exercise and eating well can prevent chronic disease. After a while I wanted to take it a step further and began looking for what came next.”
HUNDREDS TO GATHER AT LIFE UNIVERSITY FOR LIFE LEADERSHIP WEEKEND AND LIFEFORCE WEEKEND
Marietta, Georgia, October 15, 2019 – Two premier events will be held simultaneously this weekend at Life University, the not-so-little University that is changing the world.
More than one hundred prospective Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) students will gather for LIFE Leadership Weekend from Thursday, October 17 to Saturday, October 19 on the University’s campus in Marietta, Georgia, just northeast of Atlanta.
LIFE UNIVERSITY WELCOMES STUDENTS BACK TO CAMPUS AT L.I.F.E.
Marietta, Georgia, October 11, 2019 – Life University students, faculty, staff and alumni gathered in Lyceum Park on Thursday, October 10 for the LIFE Involvement Fair Experience (L.I.F.E.), an unofficial kickoff event for the Fall Quarter.
In addition to being a chance to enjoy food and music, L.I.F.E. provided an opportunity to learn about the more than 70 student groups, clubs and organizations on campus.
Shannon Craig enjoyed being a pharmacy technician because she loved learning new things but kept asking the pharmacist: “How do you understand how all these drugs interact, and how do you protect your patient?” Ultimately, she felt uncomfortable not knowing how her involvement was affecting others…