Students find alternative ways to make money
USF students sell hair, eggs and plasma to earn money in the economic downturn.
Published: Monday, February 23, 2009
Updated: Monday, February 23, 2009 02:02
"It's a pretty big needle, but it doesn't really hurt," she said.
She said her first donation took between four and five hours, including time for a screening for general health and communicable diseases.
Gillenwater said after the long first day at the clinic, donating is much quicker, and she thinks the process is worth it.
"I could easily make an extra $100 for the month," she said. "I think its worthwhile if you're healthy — there's nothing wrong