Cappybara

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Cappybara last won the day on September 7 2019

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About Cappybara

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    Phantom Regiment
  • Your Favorite All Time Corps Performance (Any)
    1989 Phantom Regiment
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    2014
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  1. Not very well lol. They have no idea what to do, they're currently petitioning for the D4s to be able to do mannequin boards so that they can graduate on time. As you can expect, no refunds being given on tuition, no time table for return, requirements and external rotations up in the air, and exams have been made open-book. The emergency clinic at the school was open for a couple weeks in March but even that has been shut down. With a stay at home order until June 10th in Virginia, not much these schools can really do. I'm glad the ADA and state governments have come out with very straightforward guidelines on what constitutes a dental emergency, I can imagine some dentists desperate to keep their practices running would have tried to find loopholes to treat patients without the guidelines in place.
  2. Thank you! Virginia Commonwealth University. I would disclose the year I am in, but with how small class sizes are, I'd rather not give any other information on a public forum.
  3. I'll say this, I'm very happy I'm still in dental school where my only worry is finishing up requirements rather than worrying about how long my practice is about to shut down for or get eaten up by a DSO. Saying that, not sure whether we're still going to graduate on time anymore, rumor is that our state could implement a "no more non-essential medical treatment until September" guideline just like Oregon did in order to keep PPE for the essential task of caring for COVID-19 patients. Hope everything works out for you, stay away from the cavitron!
  4. Should've been April 30th in the first place. Actually, scratch that, should be extended through May as well.
  5. I've been very open about the fact that I haven't marched on DCP, open thy eyes (And if you didn't know I didn't, Xandandl will gleefully tell you for me). The reason I got into DCI in the first place is because I had many friends who did march and still have a couple who are still marching. I'm just a couple years past the age limit, I think "well past" is quite a stretch. What I do have, that you don't, is a better insight into the way young marchers (aka my peers) think. A better website design will not make or break the corps (and no one has suggested it would, so I'm not sure why you and Mello Dude are in such an uproar about Kdaddy's very benign statement). But it WILL certainly help the corps' image when prospective marchers, especially those less familiar with DCI, come poking around to see what each corps has to offer
  6. It amuses me when older people think they're so in tune with the lives of young adults, while at the same time constantly criticizing the younger generation. I'm in 100% agreement with you (and yup, the new content looks great)
  7. I'm assuming to remind them of you, their favorite former board member?
  8. For attracting new talent, the appearance of the website can matter quite a bit, even if only subconsciously in the heads and eyes of future marchers
  9. Some of y'all are softer than Charmin toilet paper. Back to your regularly scheduled safe spaces...