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After researching her interests and spending time on the job with her mother who works in healthcare, Lareshia “Larri” Robinson, of Hendersonville, N.C., chose nursing as her career path. She enrolled in Gardner-Webb University’s Hunt School of Nursing for three main reasons: The program accepts freshmen, she received a scholarship, and the campus felt like home. However, her first semester at GWU, she encountered a problem that most students don’t complain about—too much free time.
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Office of University Communications, "Army ROTC Gives Gardner-Webb Nursing Student Structure She Needed to Excel" (2020). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 123.