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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 »



We didn’t know what rain meant…

Posted on July 17th | by S.M.I.L.E. St. Croix Public Health Group in Accelerated, Nursing Talk, Public Health, SON on the Go, St. Croix, Students.
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Those immortal words were spoken by a high school student touring our nation’s capitol the same day our group was in DC to meet Rep. Christensen (VI). It was just right after a spring deluge that wiped out roads and … Read More »



But that’s Chubby!

Posted on July 17th | by S.M.I.L.E. St. Croix Public Health Group in Accelerated, Nursing Talk, Public Health, SON on the Go, St. Croix, Students.
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Dental Hygiene- Christa breaking the hearts of an entire first grade classroom by educating the students on what their favorite drinks did to their teeth.



Women’s Coalition of St. Croix-A Lesson in Humanity

Posted on July 17th | by S.M.I.L.E. St. Croix Public Health Group in Accelerated, Nursing Talk, Public Health, SON on the Go, St. Croix, Students.
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The first thing you will notice upon entering Clema Lewis’s, the director of the Women’s Coalition of St. Croix, office in Christiansted are the elephants. Small elephants in various forms line the bookshelves, hang from the curtain rods and clutter … Read More »