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Posted on August 27th | by Tia, BS Fall '14 in New.
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I attended 3 Open Houses at The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing over the span of five years before I gathered the courage to apply. When I finally applied and returned for Accepted Students Day and New … Read More »

The Blood Runs Cold

Posted on August 14th | by The Beat in Cardiovascular, Nursing Talk, Public Health, The Beat.
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Ever been turned away from a blood-donation center? It’s humiliating. No, that word doesn’t quite capture the feeling. Everybody in the room has read the list of reasons you can be refused as a donor and — nasty little creatures … Read More »

A Lot Can Change in Two Miles

Posted on August 7th | by The Beat in Cardiovascular, Nursing Talk, Public Health, The Beat.
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My endorphins were kicking. I sat back down at my desk and couldn’t believe how good I felt. It had only been a two-mile walk, but my whole body was awake. My nose was running, I had a little sweat … Read More »

100 Days of RED

Posted on July 23rd | by Tia, BS Fall '14 in Accelerated, Students.
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Today marked 100 Days of the Bring Back Our Girls calamity. Yes, even though pop culture has stopped flashing signs and the media has gone on to bigger and better things, those 200+ girls–yes, fellow human beings–are still at large. … Read More »