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Knoxville’s WBIR-10 talks with members of C-N’s Nursing Department post fire

Nursing student Rebekah Williams talks with WBIR-10.

Knoxville NBC affiliate WBIR-10 visited campus to talk with members of C-N’s Nursing Department following the fire that took the University’s Pedersen Nursing Building in November. Since the event, the department has focused on ensuring students continue to receive quality instruction. Click here to watch the story.

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