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    COME TO ST. MARTINUS

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    Anyone interested in getting a degree in medicine, unhappy with their current school, or just afraid of making the leap into a new school, should come to St. Martinus. I moved here in september, and Im so glad I did.
    The temperature is always nice and I get to wear shorts to school. I'm from Canada and the last thing I want to see for a good portion of my life is snow.
    I was worried about moving to a new shcool, but now I feel those worries were unfounded.
    This school is taking off, in the last three monthes things have really started changing and with more students this place will only get better.
    If anyone has any questions and would like a student who is currently studying here to answer, I am more then happy to help out.

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    Pictures from our last school trip

    I thought it would be a good idea to put up some pictures from our last student government organized trip.
    Every term we have an event after each exam week and for certain holidays. For this term we went hiking at Mt. Christophel, we had a get away to the beach, we had a barbeque, and we had a thanksgiving dinner which was awesome.
    here are some pictures from the hike

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    Thanks for posting JO.
    How do you find the professors at StMU? How about the lab facilities?

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    Teachers and Lab facilities

    Hi,
    the teachers are great. I had four this trimester and they all rocked. They werent too difficult, but they werent too easy and I learned a lot from them. I wont go to far into specific details about them because I dont know if they would appreciate that.
    There is one anatomy lab, and two other labs. They are fully equiped and the anatomy lab does have dead people in it.

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    Pictures

    I couldnt post my pics for some reason, sorry

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    How Many Students?

    How any students and professors are there at this school? I hear Curacao wasn't very safe. any comments? Jon

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    report by canoe.ca

    To find more about Curacao go to canoe.ca and click or click on the below link for a canadian report about Curacao:

    http://travel.canoe.ca/Travel/Caribb...05246-sun.html

    Maybe I will see you too in Curacao

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    please tell the truth..... and don't sugar coat it!!!

    Dear Mr' Fed Fin!!!
    with all due respect, i don't need you to send me to some web site that is in place to promote the Island....
    the person asked a very direct and legitimate question and for reasons known only to you , you are avoiding giving an honest and direct, let alone truthful answer.... I too heard that the Island is very unsafe and that students(Dutch) where robbed by gun point during the past two years.

    This is very disconcerting,

    yours,
    RES101

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    Dont rely on others,come and see

    Dear RES1
    There is nothing what u are speaking and these all are rumors and there are many idiots in this world for all this.
    Curacao is very safe and me and my friend we study in library till 11pm and then go to our residence and there is no problem and anytime u can go anywhere its very peaceful and there are many tourists and its very safe.
    Instead of beleiving these rumors if u want to join then u should come and see this place.

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    Safety on Curacao

    Dear Res101 and TruthBeTold

    I've been on Curacao for many extended periods since 1994 and live here permanently since 2002. I have conducted several crime-related research studies here.

    Just like everywhere else in the world, there is crime on Curacao but the vast majority of it is break-ins, thefts, and such non-violent crimes. I don't hear many reports of people being robbed by gun, bank robberies, raped, etc. It does happen but not to the extent that it is something that everyone here worries about. Most murders that I've seen in the news are drug-related "hits" and the others are usually due to adultery.

    On a day-to-day basis, Curacao feels very safe and, if one takes the proper precautions, one is unlikely to encounter any trouble. Students who live in the accommodations provided by the University have 24-hour security. Students who choose to live off-campus, like anywhere, have to be sensible about where they live choose to live and take proper care. But, truthfully, there are very few "unsafe" neighbourhoods. I lived for a year in an "unsafe" neighbourhood and never once had a problem. The thing is, with crime, particularly violent crime, it doesn't take very much for hearsay to become severely distorted from reality.

    In short, I find Curacao is a great place to live, especially this time of year (I'm Canadian ).
    Mark A. Hawkins, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor of Medical Ethics
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