Who: An MTSU collaboration of Public Safety, Campus Pharmacy, Health Services and Health Promotion
What: MTSU’s third Prescription Drug Take-Back Day
When: 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., Thursday, April 24
Where: The drive-up location next to the Campus Pharmacy drive-thru on the south side of the Student Health, Wellness and Campus Recreation Center on Blue Raider Drive (see link to campus map below)
Why: The campus community and general public are invited to drop off their old, unused, expired and unwanted prescription and over-the-counter medicines for proper disposal.
Etc.: Approximately 30 pounds of medicines have been collected for disposal in two previous drug take-back days. … Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy students will be among the representatives assisting at the collection site.
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Job Fair for Eight Employers Looking to Fill 1,000+ Positions
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