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Identified a way to support those on the front lines

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Expanded knowledge and experience to improve the health of players

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Advancing the educational experience through emerging technologies

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Establishing a legacy of success so others may follow

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Timothy Jessen, St. Scholastica nursing student

Realizing his dream to help others in crisis

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Pursuing a specialty teaching licensure to be an advocate for students

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Discovered adventure and fun to build community

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Nick Aspin performing in Sense and Sensibility

Explored his passion in the arts and found community

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Utilizes her expertise to bring hope to domestic violence survivors

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"The College is coming together — faculty, staff and students — to carry forward our educational mission in the face of the COVID-19 outbreak. Visit css.edu/coronavirus for more information.”

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