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Popular WEB ‘Late Night’ Again Welcomes Students to Campus


Wildcat Events Board member Kimberly Beichner, a dental hygiene: health policy and administration concentration major from Cranberry, welcomes a "Late Night" guest.
Wildcat Events Board member Kimberly Beichner, a dental hygiene: health policy and administration concentration major from Cranberry, welcomes a “Late Night” guest.
Students enjoy pool and other free activities in the CC Commons game room.
Students enjoy pool and other free activities in the CC Commons game room.

The Wildcat Events Board kicked off the Spring 2013 semester Friday with another well-received “Welcome Back Late Night” in the CC Commons area of the Bush Campus Center. Among the free offerings were music trivia, mocktails, “retro” video games and subs from Wegmans.
Photos by Marc T. Kaylor, student photographer

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