Posted on 24 January 2013.
Daniel Marchuk ’13 (right) has donated blood to the Red Cross “lots of times” and isn’t bothered by the process. Karen Sims ’16 (left) donated for the second time on Wednesday. Davidson students donate approximately 300 pints of blood annually. (Lincoln Davidson/DavidsonNews.net)
Davidson College’s Army ROTC unit has been organizing blood drives on campus for more than 50 years. On Wednesday, the group held its latest drive at the Alvarez College Union.
Sophomore Haley Sanner enjoys some snacks after donating blood. Haley only started donating blood after coming to Davidson and said the convenience of having a blood drive on campus is part of her decision to donate. (Lincoln Davidson/DavidsonNews.net)
Event organizers present a welcome face to potential donors. Wednesday’s blood drive was organized by the college’s Army ROTC unit, which has been hosting blood drives for more than fifty years. From the left, Red Cross Donor Recruitment Representative Kira Mulcahy, Davidson College Senior Military Science Instructor Rick Nash, and Davidson College ROTC Unit Executive Officer Nat Cubas ’13. (Lincoln Davidson/DavidsonNews.net)