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Moving From “The Hip Bone’s Connected to the Leg Bone” to “The Femur is Connected to the Acetabulum”

  Dr. Jaclyn Suffi, Division of Math & Natural Sciences My background and education is as a Doctor of Chiropractic, probably not something you hear too often! When I was in undergrad, I worked as a lab assistant in Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, and Microbiology and graduated with a degree in Biology before heading to …

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Biology Major Volunteer with Community Hospice Mount Vernon

Elizabeth Corbin Biology Major The past seven weeks have afforded me the opportunity to serve and volunteer under Community Hospice in Mount Vernon. Typically, I donate twelve hours weekly and spend those hours going on home visits and visiting nursing/assisted living homes in Glenwood, Vidalia, and Lyons. Visiting with such patients has allowed me to …

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Students Welcomed into International Honor Society of Social Sciences

MOUNT VERNON- The Georgia Xi Chapter of PI Gamma Mu held its 2018 Fall Semester Induction Ceremony on October 1st at Steeplechase Restaurant in Vidalia, GA, where two new members were inducted: Menwonseh Teah and Hunter Kennedy. Current officers were also in attendance, including Kayley Sapp, chapter president; Dean Esquibel, chapter vice-president;-and Naomi Wilds, chaplain.  Established …

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Faculty Member Engages in Academic Conversations

MOUNT VERNON–Dr. Roger Byrd, Part-time Professor of Political Science and Criminal Justice, will present an academic research paper at the Georgia Political Science Association annual conference in Savannah. Byrd’s paper entitled “Throwing Away the Key: A New Perspective on Effective Criminal Justice Policy”, will be presented on November 9 as a part of the conference …

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Students attend Discipleship Class in record breaking numbers

By Morgan Page, Staff Writer Last week, a diverse group of students from nearly every athletic team and group gathered for the first time this semester for a weekly discipleship class with campus pastor, Steve Edwards. What began in 2015 with merely three students in a small classroom has exploded into a class of nearly …

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