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Admissions will host two free events for high school students

On Saturday, March 29 the Penn State Beaver Admissions Office will host an Offered Student Brunch and an Open House for students who have been accepted at the campus and those who are interested in attending Penn State, respectively. Both events will be held in the Student Union Building.

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Beaver Theatre children's play open to public

In April Penn State Beaver Theatre will present its annual spring children's play "The Bremen Town Musicians" in the Student Union Building auditorium. Performances of this famous fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm are open to pre-schools, grade schools, youth organizations and the public.
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CE workshop will focus on keeping children safe online

The Penn State Beaver Office of Continuing Education will present a workshop on Educating Parents about Social Networking and Web 2.0, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 25, in room 16, Student Union Building.

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BASF wins first place at ALA Corporate Spelling Bee

The BASF Corporation team won first place at the 13th annual Penn State Beaver Adult Literacy Action (ALA) Spelling Bee held last week in the campus auditorium. Chris Nightway (team captain), Dave Spangler and Mark Todd walked away with the traveling trophy which is awarded to each year's first place winner.
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ALA will offer free Tutor Training Workshop

The Penn State Beaver Adult Literacy Action (ALA) program will offer a free, 12-hour Tutor Training Workshop from 6 to 9 p.m. April 21, 23, 28, and 30; at the ALA Office, 336 College Avenue, Beaver.

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Students, Red Cross encourage public to donate blood in April

The Penn State Beaver Student Government Association (SGA) and the American Red Cross are encouraging members of the public, as well as campus faculty, staff, and students, to donate blood during the Spring Blood Drive 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, April 4, in the Lodge of the campus Student Union Building.
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Probing Question: Is cloned meat safe to eat?

Picture the perfect steak. The first bite melts in your mouth, tender and dripping with flavor. You can barely keep chewing as your mind goes slack with joy. Yes, you could spend the rest of your life eating this same steak, over and over, with no complaint whatsoever. The technology exists to create exact reproductions of genetically superior cows -- those that have the most tender flesh or are the best milk-producers, said Ed Mills. But don't expect cloned steaks to hit the market in the near future.

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Loss in Florida closes tough week for Lady Lions softball team

The Penn State Beaver Lady Lions softball team ended its spring break trip to Florida with a 13-5 loss to Marywood University and a record of 1-6 after taking on some very difficult competition all week.
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Lions finish Florida games with a win

The Penn State Beaver Nittany Lions baseball team brought their spring break week in Fort Pierce, Fla. to a close when they defeated Northwestern College, 4-3.

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