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Early X-Ray taken by Dr. Robert Stewart Hyer of a dislocated hip.
Living Well at Southwestern
An article written by the SU health director on what HIV testing entails and how to access it.
Let's Talk About AIDS
Article giving information about AIDS and an upcoming panel on the topic at Southwestern University
Suppressed Minority: A Concerned Student Speaks Out
An anonymous letter from a student detailing the discrimination and ridicule they have faced as a Southwestern student
2004 version of the Southwestern University health form
Student Health Record
2018 version of the Southwestern University health form
Health Services adds new doctors
An article written about the hiring of specialists in women's health to work at the Southwestern health center
AIDS: from SU to the World
Newspaper article discussing AIDS in Williamson County and what Southwestern University has done in regards to the outbreak.
Southwestern seminar eyes AIDS and society
Newspaper article discussing AIDS research and a seminar being held in Williamson County providing information
Southwestern Summer School Announcement
In 1913 the first psychology course was offered as a summer class