Bone Marrow Registration Drive Set at Duquesne
A bone marrow registration drive is scheduled as part of the Black History Month observances at Duquesne University.
Several organizations under the umbrella of the Duquesne Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) are partnering with graduate chapters of historically black fraternities and sororities comprising the Divine 9 in the City of Pittsburgh for a Be the Match bone marrow registration.
On-campus partners involved in connecting patients with lifesaving donors include the Black Student Union, NAACP, Black Greek Council, Collegiate 100, Caribbean Student Association, the Union of African Students and a host of other students.
WHEN: Friday, Feb. 14, from noon to 4 p.m.
WHERE: PNC Atrium, Duquesne Union
INFORMATION: Contact Dr. Rahmon Hart, OMA director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412.396.1117.
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