Helping the LGBTQ Community in the U.S. Feel Like Americans (by Sulley Stout)

Why I Chose to Create A Conversation About the LGBTQ Community In deciding on a community theme that I felt was the most relevant and worth writing about in today’s society, I found that every issue I felt strongly about

Helping the LGBTQ Community in the U.S. Feel Like Americans (by Sulley Stout)

Why I Chose to Create A Conversation About the LGBTQ Community In deciding on a community theme that I felt was the most relevant and worth writing about in today’s society, I found that every issue I felt strongly about

A Multifaceted Approach to the Impending Nursing Shortage (by Eric Slyter)

The U.S. Census Bureau predicts that by 2050 the number of Americans over the age of 65 is expected to be around 83.7 million, almost double the 2012 figure of 43.1 million (Ortman et al.). As this large group of

A Multifaceted Approach to the Impending Nursing Shortage (by Eric Slyter)

The U.S. Census Bureau predicts that by 2050 the number of Americans over the age of 65 is expected to be around 83.7 million, almost double the 2012 figure of 43.1 million (Ortman et al.). As this large group of

Rescue Me! (by Samantha Schulte)

Non-profit’s receive funding byway of an endless amount of different avenues. One of the most common is donations. Organizations also receive grants, corporate support, and family funds. Planned giving, donations written out in a donor’s will, is also common. Fundraising

Rescue Me! (by Samantha Schulte)

Non-profit’s receive funding byway of an endless amount of different avenues. One of the most common is donations. Organizations also receive grants, corporate support, and family funds. Planned giving, donations written out in a donor’s will, is also common. Fundraising

Refugee Health: Physician to Patient Communication (by Racheal Nakhabala)

Imagine living a life where you may have only seen a medical practitioner a few times and every encounter you may have had with that medical practitioner was traumatizing and not beneficial. A number of refugees in camps throughout Africa

Refugee Health: Physician to Patient Communication (by Racheal Nakhabala)

Imagine living a life where you may have only seen a medical practitioner a few times and every encounter you may have had with that medical practitioner was traumatizing and not beneficial. A number of refugees in camps throughout Africa

The Money Side of Caring (by Stacy Karlson)

Introduction I have worked for a Providence nonprofit hospital for almost 10 years. I started out as nursing assistant, than became a health unit coordinator and now I am an electroencephalogram technologist. I enjoy my job and really relate to

The Money Side of Caring (by Stacy Karlson)

Introduction I have worked for a Providence nonprofit hospital for almost 10 years. I started out as nursing assistant, than became a health unit coordinator and now I am an electroencephalogram technologist. I enjoy my job and really relate to

Consumers Are Only Hope at Solving Pet Overpopulation (by Cas O-Rourke)

Proposal Argument Every eight seconds, a shelter animal is euthanized. This means more than 10,000 animals are put to sleep every day. Only a shocking 10% of shelter animals come in spayed or neutered (Hendrick&co). We–the consumers–are the biggest contributors

Consumers Are Only Hope at Solving Pet Overpopulation (by Cas O-Rourke)

Proposal Argument Every eight seconds, a shelter animal is euthanized. This means more than 10,000 animals are put to sleep every day. Only a shocking 10% of shelter animals come in spayed or neutered (Hendrick&co). We–the consumers–are the biggest contributors