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Sponsored Advertising Content “Ask The Experts” is written and provided by Scholarship Media. It does not reflect the views of The Collegian or its advertisers. I was planning on becoming a nurse. Is this a good choice for a man? ...

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Health on wheels

Fresno State nursing students are providing free health services to the community. Since spring 2015, Fresno State’s nursing program has used a mobile unit on loan from the Fresno County Office of Education to help rural communities and the underserved. ...

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A day for random acts of kindness

Forgiveness was Doug Griffin’s instinctive response the Sunday morning in 2015 when he learned his daughter Molly was involved in a deadly traffic accident the night before. “Forgiveness is one of the best things you can do for your soul,” ...

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Student memorialised in social media campaign

Six months after a tragic vehicle collision took the life of Fresno State alumna Molly Griffin, her family wants to honor her by remembering how Molly lived – with kindness. The family now hopes to make August 26 “Molly Day” ...

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7 a.m. classes are rare, but still offered

Fresno State freshman Kaitlyn Williams has her alarm set at 5 a.m. every morning. When it goes off, she grabs the materials that she prepared the night before and heads out the door about 5:30 a.m. Williams is one of ...

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Demand for nursing graduates may increase in 2014

The College of Health and Human Services offers a Nursing degree option, one of the most impacted areas of study at Fresno State. Perspective students have to compete for only 70 openings each year to the nursing baccalaureate program, then must face a hard reality upon graduation: the job market in Fresno County is slow and projected to stay that way.

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Letters to the editor

It seems like every time I pass by the Student Union I am bombarded with people trying to hand me flyers.

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Letters to the editor

Is our community putting forth sufficient efforts to “go green”? I go to the grocery store at least once a week and they always ask whether I want paper or plastic bags, but should we have the choice?

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Award-winner takes nursing online

There was a time when Fresno State lecturer Beverly Miller, recipient of the 2008 Above and Beyond Award from the California School Nurses Organization, had pictured a somewhat different career for herself.

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Marching into the medical field

Left. Left. Left, right, left. On an otherwise quiet Wednesday afternoon, the muffled sound of boots can be heard coming from the mass of young men and women clad in U.S. Army uniforms on a patch of grass in front of the North Gym. Cadets marching in formation are not a sight one expects to see on Fresno State’s campus. Even more surprising are the nursing program students among them.

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