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Sep
19

Five breakfast foods higher in sugar than a donut

Article By Mallory Lawson, Cox College Dietetic Intern On average, Americans consume 160 grams (40 teaspoons) of sugar per day. Even if you don’t have a sweet tooth, you may be consuming more sugar than you realize. Various foods contain sugar; it may be added to the food in processing or naturally occurring in whole […]

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Sep
11

Cox College Student Ambassador – Ashton Hedgepeth

Cox College’s ambassadors are student leaders who provide mentorship, foster community enrichment, and help advance the goals of our organization. Ambassadors often assist with our alumni dinner, volunteer opportunities, commencement, and recruitment events.   Hello, my name is Ashton Hedgepeth! I am one of the ambassadors for Cox College from the BSN Entry program. I […]

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Aug
28

Cox College Student Ambassador – Sarah Rinaldi

  Cox College’s ambassadors are student leaders who provide mentorship, foster community enrichment, and help advance the goals of our organization. Ambassadors often assist with our alumni dinner, volunteer opportunities, commencement, and recruitment events. We can’t wait to introduce you to all of our ambassadors!   My name is Sarah Rinaldi, I’m a Springfield native, […]

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Aug
14

Alumni Dinner Speaker – Jeff Clinkenbeard

Jeff Clinkenbeard has written, produced, and directed a wide range of projects including:   Springfield Missouri’s entry in the Simpson’s Movie Premiere Contest Ripple, starring Marcia Cross & Anthony Michael Hall, a short film which screened at the Sundance Film Festival Brotherly LoveS, the New York premiere production of Elysabeth Kleinhans’ Animated Theaterworks The Coils of […]

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Aug
08

Helping those in need

Story by Kyle DeVries In 2015, Kallie Campbell graduated from Cox College’s ASN program, ready and eager to enter workforce in constant need of dedicated, caring professionals. She spent the first couple of years serving the patients in the Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) and Cardiac Arrest Unit at Cox South before ultimately moving to the Cardiovascular Catheterization […]

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Jul
23

Why I became a nurse – Alisa Melugin

Part one of this four part “Why I became a nurse” mini-series begins with Alisa Melugin. “The reason I chose to go into nursing is because I am a proud cancer survivor. Being only six years old when I was diagnosed, I spent a lot of time in the hospital receiving treatment. I’ll never forget the nurses […]

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Jul
02

Alumni Spotlight – Alwilda Scholler-Jaquish

In 1960, the class motto for the Burge Hospital School of Nursing was “Have pin will travel”. I have lived this motto throughout the course of the nearly 60 years I have spent in the nursing field. Nursing has taken me across the country more than once, both vocationally and as I completed my studies. […]

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Jun
06

Alumni Spotlight – Matt Younger, ASR ’13 & BSDI ’15

After graduation, Matthew moved to Cape Girardeau, MO, for a short time before making his home in Middle Tennessee. In 2018, he began a new career with Medtronic, working with the Stealth Station Navigation and O-arm Advanced Imaging system. His training and instruction during his tenure at Cox College enabled him to take the leap from an […]

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