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Topic - Matthew Kanzler
"It's a way for students to get the help or care they need," he said, adding that students appreciate the on-campus health care because the school, about 130 miles from either Philadelphia or Pittsburgh, is so isolated.
Senior Matthew Kanzler said a lot of students at the school weren't even aware of the machine until recently.