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News degree offers graduates career value

A human services degree, with focuses on social work and counseling, will be offered for traditional students beginning in fall 2017. The degree was previously only offered to College of Adult and Professional Program (CAPP) students. Dr. Aisha Williams, program director, and Dr. Elaine Barclay, human services professor, are the sole human

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Mother-son set to graduate in May

Adal Bell, 53, and her son Antonio Bell, 27, will get to do something on May 5 that most mothers and sons don’t do —graduate together. Antonino and Adal will both be participating in the May 5, 2017, graduation ceremony at SU. Antonio is receiving his master’s degree in business administration,

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Womack plans to beat diagnosis

Kendall Womack was in her first semester of nursing school when she was diagnosed on Jan. 17, 2017, with Mono-MAC, a rare genetic disease. Womack and her family knew that a tough journey lie ahead, but Womack decided to possess a queen-like attitude through her health valley. Womack knew something was

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