Donating blood

Phlebotomist Diana Valencia from the American Red Cross draws blood from junior biology major Jennifer Garcia at the blood drive Wednesday in the President’s Dining Room. People can safely donate blood every 56 days. The next drive at the University is May 2./ photo by Tyler Evains
Phlebotomist Diana Valencia from the American Red Cross draws blood from junior biology major Jennifer Garcia at the blood drive Wednesday in the President’s Dining Room. People can safely donate blood every 56 days. The next drive at the University is May 2. / photo by Tyler Evains

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