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HOSA Revitalizes Members with Post-Testing Social

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Sabrina Kim
As a line of members looks on, HOSA Vice President Sophia He ‘25 cuts and serves cake for those who attended the social. For He and the other officers, the social was designed to provide community for members as well as raising money.

After the program’s competition testing that accompanies the end of the first semester, Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) officers and members came together to celebrate with a social on Friday, Dec. 1, sharing food, selling vintage T-shirts, and uniting members of the organization.

“It was nice knowing that HOSA is back and running smoothly after having a late start,” HOSA Vice President Sophia He ‘25 said.

The social —which also functioned as a fundraiser for the organization— marks the beginning of HOSA’s year, which will continue with area, state, and international conferences in the spring semester. At each conference, members compete across several health industry competitive events in hopes of advancing to subsequent rounds. For HOSA officers on campus, it is a responsibility to plan events and socials throughout the year for members of the organization, aside from competitions and conferences.

“The officer team is super excited to compete this year and host more socials,” He said. “We are looking forward to another successful semester of HOSA filled with competitions, traveling, and events.”

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Sabrina Kim, Heritage Section Editor
Class of 2025 I’ve been obsessed with writing for as long as I’ve been retaining memories, and I’m unbelievably excited to get to write for the Horizon and work for the Heritage. I’m almost as—if not equally—enthusiastic about design, speculative fiction, traditional and digital art, playing guitar, volleyball, crocheting and knitting, consuming every kind of food and drink, learning languages, crosswords, having unreasonably strong opinions about everything, and Westwood Theatre, in no particular order. Some might say I do too much. They’re probably right.

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