Tag Archives: smoking

Nursing students promote nonsmoking at Great American Smokeout event

Dylan Haviland – General Assignment Reporter  Southern students walking into the Engleman Rotunda last week were greeted by an unusual sight.  A few steps into the building, Mary Patricia Lamberti, an assistant professor in the department of nursing stood at attention in a medical uniform. Lamberti was calling students forward to the table besides her, where nursing majors were lining

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Students speak out about Southern’s smoke-free campus policy

Jessica Pellegrino – General Assignment Reporter  Southern made their first stride towards a smoke-free campus in 2011, when the gazebos around campus were taken out, leaving smokers without shelter. In 2012, Southern announced interest in joining the Tobacco-Free College Campus Initiative, a program launched by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Southern even created a “Smoke-Free Campus Policy”

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Banning smoking on campus

Nicole Dellolio – Opinions Editor College smokers are finding themselves in a dilemma as universities are starting to crack down on banning smoking and other tobacco products from campus grounds. Here at SCSU, smoking is prohibited inside all buildings and state and University owned vehicles. This includes all indoor spaces such as classrooms, elevators, and eating areas.  Not only does this

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