Letter to the editor: Visits to UHCS yield little results

كيفية تداول الاسهم في الراجحي I love Northeastern. I brag to all my friends back home about how legitimate the co-op program is, how challenging the classes are and how easily the campus integrates with the city of Boston. Sure there are a few snags, like the bureaucratic red tape known as the ‘NU Shuffle,’ but nothing is perfect right?

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follow link Enter University Health and Counseling Services (UHCS).

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تداول بيع الذهب It is disgusting that a program put in place to help console and remedy students can have the opposite effect. On both of my visits there, I had to wait for the employees at the desk to finish their personal, clearly not-work-related conversations among themselves.

watch My first visit, which was last fall, involved helping my roommate limp to the office. After waiting for the receptionists to end their chat, I explained that he was in extreme pain and we needed a wheelchair so we could get him to a doctor.

click here They laughed at me. No joke. They told me, in a condescending tone, that they never give out wheelchairs, and to ask for once was preposterous. The rest of the visit carried a similar tone and we both left with an odd feeling – being talked to like you are 5 years old when you are 20 years old will do that, I guess.

تداول الذهب اليوم My second visit on July 23, which incidentally led to the writing of this letter, began practically the same way. Once the receptionists finally finished their obviously more important conversation, and I was able to speak with them, my problems seemed stupid and laughable to them.

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follow The receptionist I spoke to seemed baffled by the idea that there were actually chiropractors in Boston, and began to suggest physical therapy centers instead. In that encounter I left feeling downtrodden and angry, not exactly what one would hope to feel leaving an office called the ‘University Health and Counseling Services.’

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أعلى منصات التداول بالخيارات الثنائية I would hope Northeastern is more apt to hire capable, friendly and helpful employees throughout campus, not to mention at such a sensitive and serious service like UHCS.

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حساب فوركس تجريبي – Jason Morris is a middler marketing and entrepreneurship major.