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MSU hosts veterinary camp for high-schoolers

June 13, 2014

Many high school students might get queasy at the prospect of examining an animal corpse, but not Skyler Turner.

A sophomore at North Pontotoc University, Skyler said he hunts in his free time, so when he went to Mississippi State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine (MSU-CVM) day camp last year, the necropsy took territory familiar to him and added medical context. In fact, he said, it was his favorite part of the camp, and he is looking forward to it again this year.

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