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Help Provide Eye Care to Children in Mississippi: VOTE NOW!
Posted May 25, 2015 | BY

The Mississippi Vision Foundation is one of the finalists in a nationwide competition (with other organizations) for a $25,000 grant awarded by State Farm.


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I Got Accepted Into Optometry School, Now What?
Written May 23, 2015 | BY

First off, congratulations! This is a big achievement. You’ve made it through the roller coaster of studying for and taking the OAT, applying and the interview process. You’re well on your way to being an optometrist, and you are to be commended for your achievements thus far! So now what?
Here are some things to look forward to now that you have been accepted into a College of Optometry:



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The word “pupil” comes from the Latin pupillus/pupilla meaning “little child” or “doll” after the tiny reflection you see of yourself when you look into someone’s eyes.