Lane, 4 other colleges join state to battle obesity
The Tennessee Department of Health has entered into a grant agreement with five historically black colleges and universities, including Lane College in Jackson, to implement obesity awareness campaigns on their campuses.
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#1 Feb 25, 2013
To control Obesity at Lane, they should start with the Crack Head President and His Side Kick the runner Donnie, and Look into all of the drug abuse at the college, then they all get stoned and head to the All You Can Eat Food Program in the Cafeteria and Munch out, don't believe it, Come to the Cafeteria during lunch and dinner and see Obesity in Action!!!
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