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Sheila Kang, assistant professor of Pharmacy Practice, will move to Chicago with her husband, who recently finished his fellowship at Geisinger Medical Center in Gastroenterology. Kang is currently negotiating a position with a school in Chicago. Kang joined the Wilkes community in August and teaches the second half of the infectious diseases course.

She also has an internal medicine clerkship rotation at Mercy Scranton Hospital. Kang is the advisor to one-sixth of the pharmacy class of Her advisees called their team the Kangaroos. Nicole Culhane, associate professor of Phar-.

Lin in the process of bringing the new School of Pharmacy to life. Nicole is currently a practicing clinical pharmacist at Nesbitt Memorial Medical Center and also helped develop a post-doctoral. Currently, an implementation committee is discussing the structure of the center, staffing in its first year, and budget issues. Maria Suarez, special assistant to the President, is spokeswoman for the center.

A final proposal will be presented to the Board of Directors in April of University officials have housed the center on the third floor of Passan Hall.

The center has two major related goals which include overseeing global initiatives at Wilkes and addressing needs to meet the growing diversity of the Wilkes. Suarez added that some of these experiences are already happening now. However, the goal is to increase the participants significantly. Those numbers are growing and they contribute greatly to the education of everyone here.

Embracing and supporting international students will also be a goal for the center. The center will serve as a gathering place for these students and any student interested in learning more about studying abroad and the opportunities available. Global education and diversity are interrelated said Suarez. It is not only ethnic diversity. Jasmine King, a freshman nursing major, is a diversity ambassador working part-time in Passan Hall.

King, along with a number of other students will be trained in the near future to be a part of the Center. Diversity is a great thing, and I think that we can all learn something new as well as teach others things that can benefit them in the future. The center will be a space which will provide advice and resources. Serving the community through fair and accurate reporting while supporting the views and opinions of our readers.

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Onlookers lined the street to see several other organizations march. After a lengthy selection process, the Diocese of Scranton made the offer to Monaco. Though Wilkes is an independent institution, The Scranton Diocese funds the Interfaith Coordinator position and therefore runs the search. According to Monaco, after spending eight years at the high school level first working in the library and then as a teacher, she decided that she wanted to interact with a more mature group.

She also wanted to become more involved exploring multiple faiths, rather than only the Catholic religion. She checked out the Wilkes website several times and chose to apply for the position. Andy Curry, a senior mechanical engineering major and co-president of Christian Fellowship Club, is eager to begin working with Monaco. Also, we expect her to be respectful of the student ministry emphasis on Christian Fellowship Club, but at the same time willing to offer fellowship and support.

She feels that the previous coordinator was very good at answering questions and helped her. Students should be aware of her as a resource for finding out what is available in the area in reference to faith and religion, such as the locations of faithbased institutions and their schedules.

Monaco said that she is very excited to be a part of what is going on at Wilkes and to meet new people. The woman said that in her opinion the federal government has ignored the poorer areas when it comes to anti-smoking legislation. Hillary Clinton allows people to remain under their current carrier but will also open up care under the Congressional health plan. Chelsea said that this plan would help smokers because they will be able to get treatment, even if they have a previously diagnosed condition, and they cannot be turned away.

She also explained that, in her opinion, the plan would force premiums down. Chelsea said that her mother wants to allow family members of returning veterans to take part in the Family Medical Leave Act, to take care of the returning veterans.

Chelsea also said that her mother wants to make sure every veteran has health care. Another question for Chelsea came from a young man who sat behind her during the session. Nicole Culhane has of-. The DREAM Act was created primarily as a way for children of illegal immigrants to gain citizenship, since there are currently no ways for a child brought into this country illegally, by his or her parents, to obtain citizenship.

Currently, children of illegal immigrants must return to their native country and wait 10 years to re-enter the United States. This policy is true even if the child in question was primarily raised in the United States and has lived in the US. James Culhane is a great professor. He has always made class an enjoyable experience. It will be very difficult to replace such great professors and mentors. During his time at Wilkes, he received multiple awards, including the Carpenter Outstanding Teacher Award for the year and the American Association of College of Pharmacy Teacher of the Year award three times.

The opportunity came when Dr. I have learned so much from them throughout my years here. Not only have they taught me valuable knowledge about topics pharmacy related but have been very instrumental in motivating me to do better and always push to do better. Eryn Briggs, P3 pharmacy student, agreed. There is no better way to get our students engaged in the electoral process and that is a key part of being a good citizen. I am optimistic more will come.

Thanks to favorable weather conditions and the promise of her presence, crowds were record-breaking, topping , So people far there is no word as to University. The Obama headquarters is the first presidential candidate weeks. This piece getting some stuff together for Chelsea from of legislation has been brought to Congress different offices in Student Development. I think we should be standing up for and… coordinated… the bag.

In order [for children who have been raised as Ameri- Chelsea] to remember [her] visit to Wilkes, cans, [and] their right to live up to their God as well as give her something for the road given potential.

Tim Gilmour, Wilkes University Presi-. Edward Foote, chair of Pharmacy Practice, and Dr. Arthur Kibbe, chair of Pharmaceutical Sciences, will have to work to fill the positions over the summer. If asked what the most harmful threat facing the United States is today, most Americans might name the Iraq war, a troubled education system, the looming threat of recession and job loss, immigration, or perhaps terrorism. The answers to the question would be as varied as the American people themselves.

It has deadly consequences. Regardless, any lesbian, gay, bi. The Ventura County Star recently reported that on February 12, a year old boy in California, who was bullied and taunted by his classmates, was gruesomely murdered at school by one of his peers because he was gay.

Moreover, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported on February 23 that a year old transgendered male was shot and killed, and police officials believe it may have been a result of a hate crime.

These murders are only a few of the ones that have actually received attention. Who knows how many incidents of assault and bullying occur on a regular basis across this nation, all in the name of hatred and intolerance?

Hate crimes based on religion and sexual orientation are the second and third most prevalent, following only race in their frequency. The five steps include: Creating a coalition of administrators, teachers, staff, students, parents and community leaders to oversee the implementation of anti-bias programs and projects at the school.

Other training programs include. More importantly, however, our elected leaders may have a better understanding of the need to be respectful, accepting and understanding of others and comments and attitudes like those made by Kerns could become a taboo of the past.

If America is to become a country that is accepting and welcoming for all, we must change the environment in which our children are taught. We encourage all students, faculty, staff and Wilkes-Barre community members to contact their federal legislators and emphasize the need for the passage of the Matthew Shepard Act. Beacon Poll Results The following are results of a poll that The Beacon conducted online this past week.

The poll was unscientific, and does not claim to reflect the overall attitudes of students on campus. Results are based on 83 responses. What fashion trend from the past should be brought back? Remember when you would get a question wrong on a test, or when you would lose points on a project because you failed to follow instructions?

Or when you were made to sit in the hall because you were being disruptive? Those were all basic tenets of high school. There was a time when no one argued with it. If I got a bad grade on a test and was suspended, yelled at, etc.

On top of all that, I would probably be in trouble with my parents when I got home. As we were growing up, we could reasonably expect castigation from by at least two separate parties for mistakes.

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Currently, children of illegal immigrants must return to their native country and wait 10 years to re-enter the United States. This policy is true even if the child in question was primarily raised in the United States and has lived in the US.

James Culhane is a great professor. He has always made class an enjoyable experience. It will be very difficult to replace such great professors and mentors.

During his time at Wilkes, he received multiple awards, including the Carpenter Outstanding Teacher Award for the year and the American Association of College of Pharmacy Teacher of the Year award three times. The opportunity came when Dr. I have learned so much from them throughout my years here.

Not only have they taught me valuable knowledge about topics pharmacy related but have been very instrumental in motivating me to do better and always push to do better. Eryn Briggs, P3 pharmacy student, agreed.

There is no better way to get our students engaged in the electoral process and that is a key part of being a good citizen. I am optimistic more will come. Thanks to favorable weather conditions and the promise of her presence, crowds were record-breaking, topping , So people far there is no word as to University. The Obama headquarters is the first presidential candidate weeks.

This piece getting some stuff together for Chelsea from of legislation has been brought to Congress different offices in Student Development. I think we should be standing up for and… coordinated… the bag. In order [for children who have been raised as Ameri- Chelsea] to remember [her] visit to Wilkes, cans, [and] their right to live up to their God as well as give her something for the road given potential.

Tim Gilmour, Wilkes University Presi-. Edward Foote, chair of Pharmacy Practice, and Dr. Arthur Kibbe, chair of Pharmaceutical Sciences, will have to work to fill the positions over the summer. If asked what the most harmful threat facing the United States is today, most Americans might name the Iraq war, a troubled education system, the looming threat of recession and job loss, immigration, or perhaps terrorism. The answers to the question would be as varied as the American people themselves.

It has deadly consequences. Regardless, any lesbian, gay, bi. The Ventura County Star recently reported that on February 12, a year old boy in California, who was bullied and taunted by his classmates, was gruesomely murdered at school by one of his peers because he was gay. Moreover, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported on February 23 that a year old transgendered male was shot and killed, and police officials believe it may have been a result of a hate crime. These murders are only a few of the ones that have actually received attention.

Who knows how many incidents of assault and bullying occur on a regular basis across this nation, all in the name of hatred and intolerance? Hate crimes based on religion and sexual orientation are the second and third most prevalent, following only race in their frequency. The five steps include: Creating a coalition of administrators, teachers, staff, students, parents and community leaders to oversee the implementation of anti-bias programs and projects at the school.

Other training programs include. More importantly, however, our elected leaders may have a better understanding of the need to be respectful, accepting and understanding of others and comments and attitudes like those made by Kerns could become a taboo of the past. If America is to become a country that is accepting and welcoming for all, we must change the environment in which our children are taught.

We encourage all students, faculty, staff and Wilkes-Barre community members to contact their federal legislators and emphasize the need for the passage of the Matthew Shepard Act. Beacon Poll Results The following are results of a poll that The Beacon conducted online this past week.

The poll was unscientific, and does not claim to reflect the overall attitudes of students on campus. Results are based on 83 responses. What fashion trend from the past should be brought back?

Remember when you would get a question wrong on a test, or when you would lose points on a project because you failed to follow instructions?

Or when you were made to sit in the hall because you were being disruptive? Those were all basic tenets of high school. There was a time when no one argued with it. If I got a bad grade on a test and was suspended, yelled at, etc. On top of all that, I would probably be in trouble with my parents when I got home. As we were growing up, we could reasonably expect castigation from by at least two separate parties for mistakes.

Being called out was part of what we could all expect when we were stupid, self-absorbed, or wrong-headed, and it was right. For whatever reason, parents have stopped being parents. They no longer teach their kids to work for their success,. As a result, the student was expelled for the remainder of the school year for harassment, and rightfully so. What if I were to make a website that says that those parents enjoyed skinning babies and spitting on senior citizens?

How would they react then? Of course, the parents should know better; they are presumably full-grown adults who should have some sort of formal education, but who knows? They are clearly without any sort of internal barometer of how to discipline their kid, so I guess all bets are off.

But really, how can the parents just let their kid do this without any repercussions? The kid got himself expelled from school,. Honestly, what has happened to parents? It seems they are more concerned with being best friends with their kids, instead of being parents. What is the root of this problem?

Was there a secret meeting among parents and they just decided to vote on this? Even the usually morally sound showbiz types are jumping on the bandwagon.

Is that the best idea? When I was seven, I wanted to fly. They had more sense than that. These days parents are trying so hard to be best friends, managers, agents, and coaches instead of being parents. As an adult and as a parent, you have a responsibility to guide. So allow me to offer some advice and words of wisdom to the kids: Everyone has to work for basic things like respect, money, accolades.

High school is a gimme. In fact, it takes more effort to not graduate from high school. You have to earn what you get in this world, nothing is going to be given to you. Get tough and parent. When children do something wrong, make sure that they are aware of it. Discipline your kids; it will make the world a much better place for all of us. Just as people become more and more entitled as they accomplish more, entitlement can also be taken away.

For instance, Tyra Banks ranks on the low end of the scale because she went from smoking hot supermodel to nausea-inducing talk show host, whereas the great Jonas Salk ranks high on the scale due to his work with the polio vaccine. It is largely underdeveloped, poverty stricken, and lacks a strong central government. To support themeselves, many Cambodians live and work on farms, or in factories. Not long after the UN left, brothel owners discovered that they could market young girls to huge numbers of foreign clientele.

Today the sex trade in Cambodia is one of the largest money making businesses in the nation. According to the U. State Department, sex trafficking is becoming a bigger business worldwide than drug trafficking.

This means that every day thousands of young girls and boys are bought and sold into slavery. The big question is, how do these young people find themselves as sex slaves? According to a recent MSNBC article, one of the most popular ways of recruiting is by promising young girls steady work and shelter, an appealing prospect for girls who hope to help their families with much needed income.

When they agree, they are brought to the brothel and sold for money. Because many young women in Cambodia are homeless and uneducated, one can imagine how easy this type of recruiting is.

It is also not uncommon for a struggling family to sell one of their own children into the sex trade. The majority of brothels are usually filthy, run down shacks, that offer subhuman living conditions. Upon arrival, the young women. Because of this, it is not uncommon for the young girls to have their hymen re-stitched so that they can be sold as virgins more than once for a larger sum.

Their ages range from 4 and up. If she objected she was starved, and shocked with electric rods. She was also given a methamphetamine tablet several times a day to cloud her memory and keep her in an altered state.

What is being done? There have been numerous efforts by both internal and external organizations to break up the sex trade in Cambodia, but the. One student was dressed as a leprechaun and danced on the float. The Cambodian government has set up an anti-trafficking department, but it is poorly funded, and many of the enforcement officers partake in the illegal activity themselves, such as taking handouts and tipping off the brothel owners.

For the girls who do find a way out of the sex trade, many of them turn to specialized shelters, which are dedicated to the rehabilitation of the young women. Here they receive both medical and psychological attention.

The sad truth is that most of these girls die at a young age because of AIDS or other physical problems. Also a large number of the girls end up leaving and returning to a life of prostitution because it is the only thing they know. Most of these young women have been exploited and abused on a daily basis for the majority of their lives. They have been stripped of their basic human rights, and demoralized to the point where there is nothing left but an empty shell.

The United States and other developed countries have a moral obligation to educate and hold Cambodia to ensuring basic human rights for all. But to you, it is as if the fate of the world rests upon this victory.

On the second day of work, the group split world. In each community, the helped kids volunteers heard inspirwith arts and ing stories from the peocrafts, face ple they were aiding. Bernard CommuOrleans Journal Three years ago when Some of the cats and dogs picked up by the hurricane hit, Steve helped his sick wife, the animal shelter after Katrina hit were not whose heart was barely pumping, escape domesticated or needed socialization befrom the storm by pushing her wheelchair fore they could be adopted.

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Lifestyles Editor For Kaitlin Taber-Miller, a senior musical theatre major, spring break last year was not just a chance to catch up on sleep and homework, but an experience that changed her life. After serving as a coordinator for the Alternative Spring Break trip to New Orleans in , Taber-Miller realized that she wanted to make her senior capstone project a script which would be written based on real interviews conducted with the survivors of Hurricane Katrina.

Last August, she returned to the city and began work on her project. Why did you take on this senior capstone project? I came back and met all my friends, family, and peers and I was talking to them about how it was, and they had no idea…I wanted to change that, which is what inspired me going back, filming interviews, and then writing a script that will be presented in April.

How did you arrange the interviews? Hebert-Leiter put me in contact with her sister, Dr. Hebert, who is a physician in New Orleans. She introduced me to a couple of people via email and gave me their phone numbers once she requested their permission. How did people respond when you approached them?

They responded in very different ways… One woman, we spoke with her, and I get a little upset about it. It just hurts too much Please, please tell people about. What are Photo courtesy Taber-Miller your plans for the future? I know that eventually I would really like to end up in higher education, either working in service programs like alternative spring break or perhaps teaching about education in terms of what I learn with my experience in Teach for America.

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