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Thu August 1, 2013
Tobacco banned at Finlandia
HANCOCK, MI-- Finlandia is now a smoke- and tobacco-free university.
Starting August 1 smoking at the Hancock school is prohibited in all indoor and outdoor areas, activities, and property. The policy does not apply to tobacco use in personal vehicles.
Finlandia president Philip Johnson says the move comes in response to the urging of students, employees, and state and national trends. He says healthy living resources and incentives will be available to students and employees who wish to quit smoking.