Anyone over the age of 16 with parent presence, or 18 without required parent presence, can still donate much-needed blood to the American Red Cross during the pandemic. Staff Photo: Louisa Sonsini.
Anyone over the age of 16 with parent presence, or 18 without required parent presence, can still donate much-needed blood to the American Red Cross during the pandemic. Staff Photo: Louisa Sonsini.

Two Ways to Contribute to the Community During the Coronavirus Pandemic

June 3, 2020

About the Writer
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Louisa Sonsini, Opinions Editor
 

Fun fact: Louisa chipped her front tooth in half while backpacking in Washington!

Interests outside of school: Hanging out with friends and family.

Favorite show to binge: All American.

Grade: 11.
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