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Blythe Fiscella

Should we get money for marrow?

It seems blood drive vans are always parked outside Clark Library or the Chemistry Building. Students sit in the vans for a few minutes, brave a quick needle prick and are on their way to saving a life.

Law School hosts panel to discuss animal abuse implications

A group of legal and animal control experts are planning to discuss potential revisions to animal cruelty laws at a Friday panel hosted by the University Law School. To organize Friday’s event the University’s Animal Law Program, which supports legal and scholarly research about animal abuse, , teamed up with the Virginia Animal Law Society. The panel will include Assistant Attorney General Michelle Welch and Robert C.

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