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More than 400 celebrate Spizz Night on the Davenport Campus

11/22/2010 (Archived)

On Nov. 5, the Palmer Student Alumni Foundation (PSAF) on the Davenport Campus hosted Spizz Night at Vickie Anne Palmer Hall, featuring food, fellowship and, of course, philosophy. Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs Dan Weinert, D.C., M.S., opened the event with a presentation on “Interdependence Between Chiropractic Science and Philosophy.” He was followed by George Curry, D.C., Davenport ’82, of Windsor, Conn., who discussed “Why There Has Never Been a Better Time to be a Chiropractor.” Christopher Passalacqua, D.C., Davenport ’85, who practices in Troy, Mich., was the keynote speaker discussing “Developing the Right Chiropractic Mindset” and being a “chiropractic warrior.” The evening concluded with prizes raffled off by various vendors.

With more than 400 individuals attending Spizz Night events held during the last several trimesters, it continues to grow and improve. This event is a wonderful opportunity for practicing chiropractors to develop relationships with students, and PSAF would like to extend an invitation to alumni to attend the next Spizz Night event on the Davenport Campus on March 25, 2011. Bring your family, and get ready to be filled with Spizz!