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If you have not yet registered to vote in this November's election, PLEASE do so. Today, Friday, the 14th, is the last day representatives will be on campus to help you do so. Here is another Schoolhouse Rock clip to remind you of the importance of voting!
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What’s a primary source? How do I find credible sources? What’s a database…? Is that like Google? What do you mean I have to “use” APA? Is that like Google? If ...you’re asking these questions, you’re probably taking SPCH 2100. Get the answers to these questions and more on our newly updated SPCH 2100 Guide (lib.pstcc.edu/spch)! Terrified of public speaking? Our Overcoming Anxiety page has a video, books, and ebooks that can help you conquer your fear.Check out our assignment pages for the informative speech, persuasive speech, and occasion speech. [ 43 more words ]

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What’s a primary source? How do I find credible sources? What’s a database…? Is that like Google? What do you mean I have to “use” APA? Is that like Google? If you’re asking these questions, you’re…
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NurseMendoza

Keep Calm and Study Hard like your life depended on it.
Which I know most of my
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Ambitious,
& No limit having Future NurseBros and NurseSisters have.
Whoa!! I think I covered it right there....lol
So I'm curious what's your biggest struggle right now with your nursing classes? Or pre-reqs? Clinicals? Lab? Or in general?
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Ashley Bolling

I had one of those "stop-you-in-your-tracks", extremely humbling moments, while working quietly on the hair of a very exhausted, sleeping nurse. She'd been at w...ork all night and hadn't been to bed, when she landed in my chair, but not before stopping to buy my breakfast on her way. As she dozed off, I gently rested her head on my stomach and continued to foil her hair....then I noticed her shoes. I wondered how many miles those shoes have walked. I wondered what they'd walked through. Blood? Tears? In & out of the countless rooms of the patient's she's cared for? I wondered how many hours they've carried her, and all those like her, while they literally save the lives of those we love and hold the hands of the ones who can no longer fight that fight. But with those shoes propped up in that chair, phone in her lap, I got the chance to take care of her (even if it was just for a few hours) and I felt extremely honored to take care of such a hard working, inspiring woman I'm so lucky to call my friend. I've always respected and valued these amazing super-heroes and am proud to be the sister, daughter, niece, friend and hairstylist of so many. Know you are appreciated, know you are irreplaceable, know you are loved!

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These are 10 of the most notable women of history in science.

From our friends at Interesting S-Word

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Mary Eliza Mahoney was the 1st African American to graduate as a nurse in 1879. She was also a dedicated civil and equal rights activist. #blackhistorymonth

"The best thing you can do is the right thing. The next best thing you can do is the wrong thing. The worst thing you can do is nothing." Theodore Roosevelt

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Meddy Bear

When you love cardiology