Welcome to episode 43 of The More You Nole, a podcast about Florida State University. Thanks for listening! If you're not following the show yet, you can find us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Links to the show on popular podcast platforms are available on our website, admissions.fsu.edu/podcast.
Before we get into this week's episode, we have a brief announcement to make. Florida State University has once again partnered with the Top of the World apparel company for their annual Declaration Days contest. Students can enter to win one of three scholarships worth up to $5,000 just by going to DeclarationDays.com and declaring for their college by May 1st. The two schools receiving the most declarations also receive free swag for their incoming class. Our amazing students have helped us win this contest three times now, and we're hoping this year will make it four in a row. So head on over to DeclarationDays.com and declare to FSU! To give you a little extra incentive, our office will also be giving away some free weekly prizes to a few lucky students who share their declaration on either Twitter or Instagram using both #DeclarationDays and #NowANole. This week's guests join us from the Health Professions Living-Learning Community. Joining us today are Director Angela Sehgal, Associate Program Director Michele Garber, and two current FSU students who were both members of the Health Professions LLC. Roei Golan is a first year Med School student, and Gabrielle Kirsht is a current senior who will be attending FSU's Med School after graduation. We'll learn about how the LLC brings students together under a common interest, how to successfully navigate college as a pre-med student, and offer some advice on how students can make the most out of their time at Florida State.
You may notice some less-than-stellar audio at moments on this episode, as one of our guests unfortunately had some construction going on outside their house. We've done our best to reduce or eliminate the noise, but some of it was unfortunately unavoidable. Thanks again to Angela, Michele, Roei, and Gabrielle for their time. If you'd like to learn more about the Health Professions Living Learning Community and the University's other LLCs, housing.fsu.edu/living-learning-communities. If you've been enjoying the show, we'd really appreciate you leaving us a rating, review, or recommendation on Apple Podcasts or in whichever podcast app you use. Word of mouth is also greatly appreciated, so please share the show with any of your friends or family members who may enjoy it. We'll be recording future episodes on FSU's Sociology and Global Club Management programs, soon. If you have any questions about either topic, or feedback on the show, please send them to us on social media. We're @FSUadmissions on Twitter and Facebook and @fsu.admissions on Instagram. You can also email questions or feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org, including the word Podcast in the subject line. As always, our theme music is the world renowned Florida State University Marching Chiefs. Recordings courtesy of Mark Records, Clarence, NY. MarkCustom.com Don't forget to subscribe to the show on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks again for listening and Go Noles!