Thursday, May 25th, 2017

Laura Burns, a native of North Grant, Antigonish County, receives her University Gold Medal during the morning ceremony of St. F.X. spring convocation, May 7, at the Keating Centre. St. F.X. President Kent MacDonald and Chancellor Susan Crocker presented the prestigious honour to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing with First Class Honours graduate, one that recognizes a student with the highest average in the final three years of an honours, advanced major or major degree program. Corey LeBlanc

Her eyes light up when she talks about her profession, something that many people never find – that passion for what they do.     Laura Burns, a native of North Grant, Antigonish County, is embarking on her career in healthcare, after receiving a Bachelor of Science in Nursing with First Class Honours during St. F.X. spring convocation.     “I knew that I wanted to go into nursing back when I [...]

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