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When it comes to stroke, you must be fast

  Symptoms can come on all at once.  Suddenly your words are slurred and your vision is blurry.  Chances are good that you are having a stroke. by Alicia Wanek May is National Stroke Awareness Month, and since every year

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RICHLAND COLLEGE PRESIDENT RECEIVES SHIRLEY B. GORDON AWARD FROM PHI THETA KAPPA HONOR SOCIETY

Richland College president Kathryn K. Eggleston, Ph.D., was one of nineteen presidents/campus CEOs awarded the Shirley B. Gordon Award of Distinction at Phi Theta Kappa’s annual convention in Nashville, Tenn., Apr. 6-8.   College presidents and campus CEOs are selected

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Where Do We Go From Here?

  Opportunities and options for special needs or disabled young adults after high school  by Karyn Brodsky Choosing a path after high school can be overwhelming; finding the right path for a differently-abled student can be downright challenging. Thankfully, more vocational

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Anything Is Possible

  At My Possibilities, differently abled students chart their course in society  by Karyn Brodsky It is said that you’re never too old to learn. That holds especially true for those with special needs. But what happens when these students

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A Way With Words

  I have always had a passion for the power of words.  I earned a college degree in journalism, wrote advertising and PR copy for decades, drafted commentary to help place neglected kids in safe homes, wrote for many publications, and

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