Fall 2018
Editor's Note image Fall 2018

Fall 2018 Editor’s Note

This issue of ICO Matters went into the mail on October 31- Halloween, my favorite holiday. I love the flavors of the season- pumpkin, apple, and especially candy corn (a controversial choice.) What I love most of all, though, is the costumes. Halloween lets us dress up as our wildest dreams.

ICO’s alumni are special because every single graduate has already achieved the same dream: to be an optometrist. …but now, you can’t dress up as a doctor on Halloween! So, what do you dream of being in addition to an OD? A cowboy? A scuba diver? A vampire unicorn paratrooper?

Though Halloween has passed, remember that you can still pursue any passion or goal. Your ability to dream did not stop when you made one dream come true. …OK, maybe you can’t be a vampire unicorn paratrooper, but I won’t stop you from trying!

The Fall 2018 issue includes dream jobs, dream homes, and much to aspire to:

  • An interview with ICO’s new president, Dr. Mark Colip.
  • The fascinating lifestyles of ICO alumni practicing internationally.
  • A new mode of practice, “concierge care,” created by an ICO alumnus.
  • Fond memories from Homecoming 2018
  • …and much more!

If you have any questions, comments, or story ideas for your friends at ICO Matters, please e-mail communications@ico.edu.

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