Saint Mary's University business students and the SMU College of Business donated $525 to the medical fund established for SMU student Sabrina Bushlack-Larson of Mapleton, Minnesota.
The 21-year-old was critically injured in a car accident on July 16, 2012, after the taxi she was riding in was struck by a car that police said ran a red light. A biochemistry major and three-year regular for the Cardinal volleyball team, Bushlack-Larson suffered a brain injury that initially impacted her speech, balance and mobility.
Each semester, undergraduate entrepreneurship students manage a not-for-profit retail store located in a small corner of the basement of Toner Student Center. The members of the class choose a different beneficiary to receive the store's profits. Students chose Bushlack-Larson's medical fund because they felt it was important to support a fellow student.
If you would like to donate to Bushlack-Larson you should contact the Goodview branch of Wells Fargo Bank.