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UC students climb Nippert steps for Diabetes

CLIFTON, OH (FOX19) -

Hundreds of UC students showed up to climb the lower bowl steps at Nippert Stadium to fight diabetes and obesity.

It was part of the student run "Proudly Pennies" initiative which aims to collect one billion pennies, or $10 million each year for a different cause. This year the money raised went to the Cincinnati Diabetes and Obesity Center, which is a branch of UC Health.

The event was part of UC's "Proudly Cincinnati" campaign.  

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