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While Short of Goal, Bloodmobile Still a Life-Saving Success


Athletic trainer Katie Greene goes through preliminary evaluation Larry D. Kauffman, digital publishing specialist, donates a pint at Wednesday's Bloodmobile The American Red Cross was “extremely pleased” with the turnout for Wednesday’s Bloodmobile at the Bush Campus Center, where a total of 192 individuals registered to give blood and 160 pints were collected falling short of the 170-pint goal, but still a huge success. Every pint collected goes to saving another life. The Red Cross and Student Health Services thank all students, staff and faculty who participated as a donor or volunteer; special thanks to Food Services for providing pizzas for the event. ( Photos by Katelyn E. Koch, student photographer)

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