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Honoring the Native American Heritage

  Written by the Cultural Diversity Committee and edited by Dr. Matt Haley Recently, a video spread across the US of students seemingly taunting an Omaha tribesman participating in an Indigenous Peoples parade. Soon after, other videos surfaced showing it was another group taunting the Native Americans and even the students. While much of the …

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MyBPC: High expectations. High excellence.

Dr. Amanda Allen Assistant Professor of History My reputation around campus: I am strict and difficult.  Does it bother me? Not one bit.  What students may call “strict” or “difficult” is what I simply consider as having college-level expectations.  Why? Because with high expectations comes high excellence.  This is never more evident to me than …

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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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