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LSMSA Receives New Skeleton

Our new skeleton will aid in student learning.
Although learning the intricacies of bones, joints and muscles can be overwhelming, LSMSA students’ fears about spooky test season are being eased thanks to a new skeleton that was a gift to the Foundation from an anonymous donor.
Savannah Cecchini (’21), a junior from Denham Springs, plans to use photos she took of the skeleton in class as a study tool to get a better understanding of body parts’ names, locations and functions.
“Students don’t have to have advanced equipment to learn anatomy,” said LSMSA Science department chair and Anatomy instructor Dr. Allison Landry. “But being able to see how all the body parts go together is invaluable for them.”