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“When you walk with purpose, you collide with destiny.” -@DrBerticeBerry http://t.co/Kge8h23D9e

Healthcare students and grads, have you been following the news around the continuing Ebola outbreak in Africa? President Obama said the U.S. would be increasing their response, also calling on other countries to do the same. What do you think would help the current situation? Read more about it here:

We've been so thrilled by the response to our “You Are In” video that we wanted to share some behind-the-scenes magic http://t.co/Q3YNSuooC5

David Pogue is the founder of Yahoo Tech. On October 16 at 5:45 PM MST you will have the chance to watch him give a great lecture on the projected future of technology. He will be speaking at our Doctoral Symposium in Denver, but you and your friends can tune in online. RSVP for the event now to get more information: http://www.ctucomm.com/presents/david-pogue001.php

We have a ton of great #career service webinars coming up. Everyone is welcome so share with your friends! Schedule: https://t.co/lTWWyyUuzH

The United States Air Force turns 67 today. Before becoming the U.S. Air Force in 1947, military pilots can be traced back to 1907 as the Aeronautical Division, Signal Corps. In 1908 they got their first airplane, made by none other than the Wright Brothers. They have come a long way since then. Happy Birthday!

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