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Larry and JoAnn Lawinger of Maple Grove, Minn., congratulate St. Scholastica nursing student Felipe Zetina of Mexico after giving him his nursing pin during a pinning ceremony for nurses at Mitchell Auditorium in Duluth on Friday afternoon. (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com)

St. Scholastica nursing grad to volunteer at children’s home in Mexico

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As a nursing graduate from the College of St. Scholastica, Felipe Zetina knows he could get a good job.

“In the first place, they prefer males,” the Mexico City native said matter-of-factly as he began ticking off the advantages on his resume. “Second, I have a double major: psych and nursing. Third, plus Spanish, my French is pretty decent.”
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