Faces of LIFE – Keanya Harris
Keanya Harris is an Academic Support Coordinator in the Student Success Center at Life University. She was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, and her family is from the South as well. Her mother is from Mobile, Alabama, and all her family is tight-knit and live in Georgia. She has had the opportunity to work at Kennesaw State University as well as Southern Polytechnic before the merge.
Faces of LIFE – Dr. Nicole McCarty
Family is very important to Life University alumna Dr. Nicole McCarty. In addition to raising her toddler daughter, Dr. McCarty is a caregiver to her grandparents and her mother, who is in remission from multiple myeloma. She also runs her own practice as an integrative health doctor and wellness coach, helping people with a wide range of concerns including fitness, nutrition and stress management. Dr. McCarty’s interest in health and her experience as a teacher and coach eventually led her to LIFE.
RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE
The Red Cross remains in critical need for blood and blood product. We have been asked to hold a Blood Drive on campus and will be using the Main Gym in the Center for Athletics and Sport Health Science (SHS) to facilitate physical distancing. In…
Student WOW – Extraordinary Expression of LP
The Life U Clinics system has been undergoing the challenging (but very worthwhile) process of adopting a new Electronic Health Records (EHR) software. The process has involved extensive training for Clinics personnel and student interns. One intern in particular, Sadeddin “Saad” Yamlikha, displayed an extraordinary expression…
“When people reach out to you for help, you want to help them in the best way possible and give them the best advantages to thrive,” says JaGerran Knight. Graduating in 2019 with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree, Knight grew up with a father who was very ill with hepatitis A, hepatitis C, liver disease, hernias and diabetes, and at the end of his life, was on 22 different medications.
Doherty enrolled at LIFE because it felt like a no brainer. “My mother was holistic, and I was always around Chiropractic growing up,” Doherty said. “When something went wrong, we would get adjusted, eat some good food, rest and trust that the body functions to fix itself.”