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Penn State and Ohio State Organize Blood Drive

The Penn State Student Red Cross Club has organized a month-long blood drive in the second annual “Fight for Life”. Penn State will compete to give the most blood against the Ohio State University Student Red Cross Club. The friendly competition began Monday, April 2 and will conclude on Friday, April 27.

“We’re really excited to compete in the Fight for Life for the second year in a row,” said Student Red Cross Club President Christine Theberge in a press release. “We encourage anyone that is eligible to donate at one these drives, not only to help beat OSU but to help save lives. As much as we like to have bragging rights, at the end of the day we’re concerned with making sure there’s enough blood for people who need it.”

Those who donate will be given coupons for a $.99 breakfast sandwich from McLanahan’s, money off of your next purchase from Appalachian Outdoors, and a buy one, get one half-off deal from Got Used Bookstore.

The schedule for the blood drive is as follows:

Wed 04/04 1 PM — 7 PM North Halls, Warnock Commons
Mon 04/09 1 PM — 7 PM Eastview Terrace, Brill Hall
Tue 04/10 10 AM — 4 PM HUB, Alumni Hall
Wed 04/11 1 PM — 7 PM East Halls, 124 Findaly Commons
Thu 04/12 1 PM — 7 PM East Halls, 124 Findaly Commons
Mon 04/16 10 AM — 4 PM HUB, Alumni Hall
Tue 04/17 10 AM — 4 PM HUB, Alumni Hall
Wed 04/18 10 AM — 4 PM HUB, Alumni Hall
Thu 04/19 10 AM — 4 PM HUB, Alumni Hall
Fri 04/20 10 AM — 4 PM Wagner Building, Drill Deck*
Mon 04/23 10 AM — 4 PM Innovation Park, Tech Center
Wed 04/25 10 AM — 4 PM HUB, Alumni Hall*


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Sam is a senior originally from Newtown, PA who majors in print journalism and is a member of the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism. His athletic peak was age 11 so he decided to grow a beard and write about sports instead.

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