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Falcons become bees for the day

West's Anatomy and Physiology students take a trip to St. Ambrose for a tour of the kinesiology department

West is the only school that was able to go to St. Ambrose for National Biomechanics Day. "I think this is a great opportunity for students to talk to young professionals, professors, and to explore new possibilities. It is great in so many ways," Anatomy and Physiology teacher John Arnold said.

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