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A big thank you to our SMSV members for participating in the voting process — the results of our EXCO elections are out. We are excited to introduce our SMSV 2021 Executive Committee who will be serving you next year!

📌Do note that subcommittee interviews will be held on 26th September (Saturday). Time slots and further details of the zoom interview will be advised over the next few days via email.
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Dear members,

Our current EXCO team is inviting everyone to attend our SMSV 2021 EXCO Open Interviews, organised this Saturday (12th Sept 2020) over Zoom! Tune in to observe our candidates share their motivations and envision the future for SMSV. At the end of every interview, we will open the floor to our audience (you guys) to ask any questions you might have.

You may wish to join in for any or all interviews, at the times listed in the picture. Zoom details will be provided soon. On the date, do kindly log in as [Preferred Name] - [Spectator] - [Year Level] before we admit you from the Zoom waiting room!

In the meantime, if you have any burning questions to ask our candidates, do submit them via the Google Form by 11th Sept 2359 AEST.

All the best to our candidates, and we look forward to seeing everyone there!
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Hey everyone! SMSV committee applications are closing TONIGHT 5th September 2359 AEST. The last reminder for everyone to send in an application if you’re interested! Your contribution will go a long way to help keep SMSV going!

🔗 Link to the application form:
🔗 Submit any questions for the incoming exco:
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Hippocrates (c.460-c.370 BC), Ancient Greek physician and philosopher. Hippocrates, who is considered the father of medicine, founded a medical school on the Aegean island of Kos. He had a rational approach, believing that disease was caused by physical phenomena, and not by the the gods. Artwork from the 19th century book ^IVies des^i ^ISavants Illustres^i.
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