Every day as I walk between the music and science buildings I hear joyous laughter sprouting from the fields of Reid Elementary. I can’t help but smile as the children run around, tirelessly enchanted by the newest schoolyard game. My heart always swells; my laughing voice used to fill that air.
In honor of Cesar Chavez day, an Inland Northwest Blood Center (INBC) blood drive took place in the PUB MPR on March 31. The blood drive was part of the National Cesar Chavez Blood Drive Challenge, which is put on annually by the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) chapters across the nation.