Saving lives one pint at a time

Students gathered in the President’s Dining Room to do there part in trying to save a life. Erik Bahnson, junior environmental ethics major, gives blood with the help of phlebotomist Tiffany Kiggins at the Red Cross blood drive Wednesday. He said he donates on a regular basis because it could potentially save the lives of those in need. / photo by Celeste Drake
Students gathered in the President’s Dining Room to do there part in trying to save a life. Erik Bahnson, junior environmental ethics major, gives blood with the help of phlebotomist Tiffany Kiggins at the Red Cross blood drive Wednesday. He said he donates on a regular basis because it could potentially save the lives of those in need. / photo by Celeste Drake

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