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Health Administration Students Compete in MHA Olympics
From left: Maddie Timlin, Karla Bray, Mahmood Ali and Vicky Smith
On Saturday, February 1, 2014, the Association of Health Administration Students (AHAS) held their first ever MHA Olympics. The purpose of the event was to foster positive relationships between first and second Masters of Health Administration (MHA) students and contribute to enriching the student experience. Participating students were divided into teams representing Olympic countries: Canada, USA, Russia and Germany, and competed in a mix of athletic and academic activities such as dodgeball, relay races and trivia. Students came prepared to compete, dressed in their country's colours and even wearing face paint. Everyone who came out had an awesome time and got to take home a prize, whether it was a goody bag, spirit award or chocolate gold medals!
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