Studio C puts the “C” in NLC

By Corbin Smith Trivia time. Ready? Are you sure? Name a comedy sketch show that finds its roots from BYU. It’s now in its 10th season, featuring brand new cast members this year! Do you know it yet? Maybe this will help. They are the creators of some viral comedy sketches you may remember. DoesContinue reading “Studio C puts the “C” in NLC”

Nursing Students Win the Golden Ticket: Fazer Chocolate Factory

Everyone was overjoyed! Who doesn’t love a chocolate surprise? Photo courtesy of Miles. When associate teaching professor Dr. Leslie Miles and adjunct faculty member Curt Newman took their students to the Fazer Chocolate Factory tour during the Finland section of the clinical practicum for the public and global health nursing course, little did they knowContinue reading “Nursing Students Win the Golden Ticket: Fazer Chocolate Factory”

If You Click On This Article, All of Your Wildest Dreams Will Come True

By Steven Tibbitts Steven Tibbitts has worked as a Public Relations Assistant in the BYU College of Nursing since August 2016. He is a Middle East Studies/Arabic major with a minor in International Strategy and Diplomacy. I confuse people when I meet them. It’s quite entertaining. Usually it starts when I go to one ofContinue reading “If You Click On This Article, All of Your Wildest Dreams Will Come True”

An Arabic Major’s Humorous Experience Learning How to Administer an IV

Watch the video version of this at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJYqP5tS_uA. “Be sure to inform the patient of the prick…” I vaguely registered these words as I stared at the computer monitor. The presentation seemed to be dragging itself out a little, and my concentration was slipping. “Be sure to properly dispose any blood-splattered material…” My eyes shotContinue reading “An Arabic Major’s Humorous Experience Learning How to Administer an IV”

On Prayer, Gumption, and Gratitude

Note: To offer more insight into the lives of nursing students, we are sending Steven, a writer for the College of Nursing, to the weekly Nursing Stress Management Course. Steven is a Middle East Studies/Arabic major. Shortly after I entered class, Assistant teaching professor Dr. Leslie Miles was beginning to tell a story from oneContinue reading “On Prayer, Gumption, and Gratitude”