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A President’s Coming to Town

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But it’s not the one (most of) you really wanted. Still, the 42nd President of this here country, William Jefferson Clinton, will be making an appearance on campus tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. in Roone Arledge Auditorium, as part of events for World AIDS Day. The White House occupant will be part of a symposium entitled “Awareness, Access, Action – The Global and Domestic State of AIDS,” where he will be introduced by President Bollinger. The rest of the panel includes Dr. Wafaa El-Sadr, Director of Mailman School’s International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs (ICAP), former Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields, and the moderator, Stephen Lewis, Co-Director, AIDS-Free World

Oh, and tickets are, not surprisingly, already sold out, but a webcast will apparently be available at the ICAP website. Get your old impressions ready.

13 Comments

  1. the one i really wanted

    was theodore roosevelt but i've heard good things about this guy too.

    • Tell me about it ...  

      This place is just a den of presidential disappointments - I keep signing up for these fireside chats hoping to talk New Deal policy and Lucy Mercer debauchery with that other Roosevelt, only to be gravely dissappointed by the same well-coiffed imposter.

  2. Consider Revise  

    World AIDS Day sounds terrifying!

  3. were  

    tickets ever available to columbia college students?

  4. hey thanks!  

    wow, columbia, thanks for letting us know and selling tickets to all the students! nice to know you're always thinking of us.

  5. hmm  

    For an official portrait, that is a questionable tie.

  6. C.  

    Hey Bwog - When does Prezbo actually light up the trees?

  7. Gary Johnston

    Everybody has AIDS, AIDS, AIDSAIDS, AIDS!

  8. Anonymous  

    yeah...what IS with that tie??

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