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100 percent of nursing students pass NCLEX


Nursing class of 2018 becomes first at university to obtain a 100 percent pass rate on National Council Licensure Exam Jacob Waring — Online Editor The 2018 graduating nursing class, obtained a first-time pass rate of 100 percent on the National Council Licensure Examination. According to Cheryl Resha, chairperson of the nursing department, the NCLEX determines if it is safe for

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Nursing school celebrates 50th anniversary


Haljit Basuljevic—Reporter In light of their 50th year of educating students, the Nursing Program took a look back on their history of growth and achievement. The celebratory anniversary will be hosted later this year. Chairperson of the Nursing Program and professor Lisa Rebeschi, through email, stated this is an exciting time for the faculty and students. Having been dubbed as

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Nursing Program Reaches Top 10 Percent of the Country


Alex Palmieri – News Writer     The Nursing Program at Southern Connecticut State University has reached the top 10 percent of nursing programs in the country. It is essentially an outline for teaching the art and science of nursing. With the program being established in 1969, it marks its 47 year this fall.     Lisa Rebeschi, department chairperson of the nursing program,

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Mythbusters: Nursing edition


Aaron Berkowitz – General Assignment Reporter  Nursing majors who aspire to get into the program at Southern gathered in the Farnham Hall lobby to hear some students share their strategies, stories, and tips in order to better prepare them for what is in store for them. Michelle Wituck, senior nursing major, said students who attended the event gained some knowledge on

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