Auburn University students gave a bit of themselves over the past week to beat the University of Alabama in the “Beat Bama Blood Drive,” Auburn’s push in the annual Iron Bowl blood battle.
Over Nov. 14, 15 and 16, Auburn students donated over 407 units of blood – an amount that equals a potential 1,221 saved lives – to the American Red Cross.
The members of Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Sigma Kappa Sorority, the American Red Cross Club and the Office of Student Involvement were all involved in the efforts.
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