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Just for the Health of It

Gavin Nirmaier, Columnist

October 9

Filed under Science

In fitness, multiple viewpoints exist on many different topics.  From style of exercise to nutritional approach, to the best music to listen to when working out, different people will always have different opinions about what...

Aviva Katz presents Tenth Annual Medical Ethics Lecture

Angela Mauroni, Science Editor

October 9

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Students crowded Quigley auditorium on Oct. 8 to attend the tenth annual medical ethics lecture, presented this year by Aviva Katz. Katz is the  assistant professor of surgery at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine...

Letter to the Editor

Brittany Davis

October 2

Filed under Science

Letters to the Editor are typically placed on the Opinion page, but the original article was published on the Science page. Dear Ms. Spadaro and Mr. Stephenson, I recently read the newspaper article profiling the three ne...

Ebola virus spreads to U.S.

Rachel Belson, Contributing Writer

October 2

Filed under Science

CBS news reported that Thomas Eric Duncan was confirmed to have the Ebola virus on Sept. 30, four days after he arrived in Dallas, Texas, on a flight from Liberia. Because he did not exhibit symptoms while he was on the plane,...

Just for the Health of It: You are what you eat

Gavin Nirmaier, Columnist

September 25

Filed under Science

Being on a college campus can make eating right a tough task. The culture that we are immersed in often forces us to eat at odd times of the day, eat late at night, and eat unhealthy foods in general. Our fast paced, busy lifestyle...

Meadville undergoes health assessment survey

Angela Mauroni, Science Editor

September 25

Filed under Science

Eight students invested in Meadville’s current state of health are currently collaborating to develop a health needs assessment survey. This survey is called a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) and was first conducted...

Students study globalization and sustainability with professor in Mexico

ADAM MILLER, Contributing Writer

September 18

Filed under Science

This past summer, Quinn Bergeon, ’16, and Thomas Alvarez, ’16, accompanied Elizabeth Olson, assistant professor of global health and development, on an anthropology research trip to Autlán de la Grana, Jalisco, Mexico. During...

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