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CU GlobeMed’s World AIDS Day Video

Today is World AIDS Day, a United Nations event dedicated to raising awareness of HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment. Each year’s AIDS Day comes with a theme—this year’s centers around creating an “AIDS-Free Generation,” so CU’s GlobeMed hit the Lerner ramps to grill Columbia students about what they think will end HIV and how many babies receive […]

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StrobeMed: Pizza & Rave

Tonight in the Lerner Party Space there is an event hosted by Globemed and Amnesty International. Student dance groups will perform in front of an “open dance party,” followed by a rave and free grilled cheeses pizza from V&T. Performers include Raw Elementz, CU Bhangra, Venom Step Team, CU Voltage, Foggy Details, Mickey McDonald, and features DJ […]

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Free Food, Free Stories from Haiti’s Front Lines

Hungry for both pizza and knowledge about efforts to improve health care in post-earthquake Haiti? Well, luckily for you, GlobeMed is hosting a panel, “Challenges in Global Health: Stories from Haiti’s Front Lines”, today from 6: 30 to 8 in the Ella Weed Room (Milbank 223) and there will be free pizza! More info about […]

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GlobeMed is running an Easter Egg Hunt on campus all day today! Find one of the golden eggs hidden around campus and you’ll get a free gift card, which is almost as good as inheriting a magical candy empire.

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