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Immunization-certified Butler students volunteer to administer the COVID-19 vaccine

Pharmacy students were able to use their classroom skills for good by volunteering to administer the COVID-19 vaccine in hospitals and clinics. With their immunization certification, several students helped St. Vincent Hospital vaccinate up to 400 people a day.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Pharmacy comic misrepresents reality and university

I find the cartoon portrayed in last week’s Collegian entitled “White Coat Culture” to be completely biased, inaccurate, and unsubstantiated. No one can deny that the pharmacy job market is beginning to level out.  Older pharmacists have delayed retirement and some chain drugstores have cut back hours.  There are no longer large sign-on bonuses or

Pharmacy outreach provides real world experience

Only a year into its existence, the Butler University Community Outreach Pharmacy is growing and expanding their impact to the Indianapolis community. The pharmacy opened in August 2009 after Indiana University medical students contacted Butler pharmacy students about an opportunity to join them in their non-profit medical clinic. “We provide pharmaceutical care for the impoverished,”