Clinicians Gone Mad

It was a dinner between our tight class schedules. So yeah, we arranged to have dinner at the closest place from our campus. We talked about the lessons, our past mid exams, but above all, we acted like crazy! I never imagined that graduate students would be like this… because they were all so nice and well-behave when I saw them for the first time. Today, I see no pieces left from those previous images… (oops!)

At first, it was a dinner

At first, it was a dinner

Clinical Students

Clinical Students

The moments when we were together was something valuable. We started to know each other quite well and started to share our hopes, dreams and life story. So, it’s not just a class full of people, but a class full of friends. I have a few close classmates and most of them come from clinical program. Well, I’m not being picky, it’s just happened. No offense, guys…

The Pretty Boys on their birthday

The Pretty Boys on their birthday

We love to tease each other and give surprises. Not always good things though, especially about the unfixed schedules on assignments and canceled classes. Well, read that as a coping behavior to enjoy our class. It’s like a surprise during Self Development class for Edwin (in yellow) and Afif (stripes) who had their birthday last month. The present was a quick idea that I’ve got during the holiday, just before the class started. They were so funny in their colorful headband, in front of the class.

We also try hard to have fun during those hard times in the class. Look this photo below. It was a quick plot made by Riris (in black) and Edwin (this time in Batik). They acted as if they got caught during sweeping for sexual worker and her pimp. Check them out by yourself and put your comments on.

A worker and her pimp

A worker and her pimp

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