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Employee worries about family living close to Ebola

Employee worries about family living close to Ebola

By Linah Mohammad/reporter While thousands of Americans were terrified by the recent Ebola outbreak in Dallas, fear was out of the question for one Liberia-raised SE Campus library specialist.

SE dedicates butterfly area, shares stories

SE dedicates butterfly area, shares stories

By Jamil Oakford/se news editor SE students listened to three retired veterans as they described what the military had done for them, during a Veterans…

Veterans encouraged to use military skills

Veterans encouraged to use military skills

By Audrey Werth/tr news editor Students, faculty and staff joined to honor veterans at TR Campus’ Veterans Day Luncheon Nov. 11 where a speaker discussed…

SE expo gives various options for senior students

SE expo gives various options for senior students

By Jamil Oakford/se news editor Seniors attending classes on SE Campus Nov. 13 may have gotten more information than they knew what to do with…

Good hygiene can provide flu prevention

By Karina Mosqueda/reporter The flu season starts as early as October and peaks in January and February but can last as late as May.…

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NE speaker gives strategies for shared goals

By Brandy Voirin/reporter NE students learned the value of establishing shared goals during a student leadership session Nov.…

Defense mechanisms offer beneficial tools

By Hope Sandusky/reporter Defense mechanisms are barriers we use to reduce anxiety and pain from life, said NW…

NW speaker presents five steps for forgiveness

By Karina Mosqueda/reporter Forgive and forget — two phrases that go together.…

Native Americans lost culture in boarding schools

By Matt Koper /reporter Lisa Uhlir was among the first generation of Native Americans who weren’t sent to…

Financial goal-setting explained in seminar series on NE Campus

NE students learned to make successful financial goals Nov. 12.…

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