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  • If you couldn't complete the Day of Service/Special Olympics commitment form in Common Ground, see Mrs. Hornsby or Mrs. Devine.

  • If you or your band wants to play in this year's PWest for Flint concert, send a recording of your band playing to [email protected]

  • Last week, JSU raised over $800 for the families affected by the Pittsburgh Tree of Life shooting. Thank you for your generosity and care!

Dr. Bill Nelson works to give hope to the word ‘cancer’

Dr. Bill Nelson works to give hope to the word ‘cancer’

Sarah Lashly, Staff Writer

January 15, 2018


Filed under Alumni Stories

Alumnus Dr. Bill Nelson has been a Professor of Oncology, Urology, Pharmacology, Medicine, Pathology and Radiation Oncology at Johns Hopkins Medicine since 1992 and specializes in the research and treatment of prostate cancer. “Hopkins took a risk on me as a student. I remained at Johns Hopkins for residency and fellowship training as p...

Nancy Sachtleben battles ovarian cancer for the third time

Nancy Sachtleben battles ovarian cancer for the third time

Sarah Lashly, Staff Writer

March 20, 2017


Filed under features, showcase

History teacher Nancy Sachtleben’s life forever changed Aug. 6, 2009 when she was diagnosed for the first time with the silent killer, ovarian cancer. “It was shock and disbelief for a few months because I did not expect it and it came out of nowhere. It didn’t seem like it was real,” Sac...

Cancer diagnosis optimistically alters student’s perspective

Cancer diagnosis optimistically alters student’s perspective

Sarah Lashly, Convergent Media Writer

December 16, 2016


Filed under features, showcase

Ewing’s Sarcoma Cancer changed freshman Brynn Haun’s life when she was diagnosed on Sept. 27, 2014.

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