On December 2, Illustrator Ava Morouse attended an online panel titled “HIV & COVID-19: When Pandemics Collide.” Presented by the ICAP Columbia Mailman School of Public Health, the panel was a part of Mailman’s Centennial Distinguished Speakers Series and honored both Mailman’s centennial as well as World AIDS Day.
Like that frathlete you met a few weeks ago at the Heights, Bwog doesn’t really want to be exclusive right now. That’s why we’re bringing back BwogSalon, a feature in which we invite other publications to share an article from a recent issue. So sit back, don’t relax, and procrastinate your studies with the following […]
CORRECTION to earlier post: It appears that our source on the statistic that 13 out of 57 people tested for HIV yesterday must have misheard: according to a staff member at the Gay Health Advocacy Project, Bronx AIDS Services (who provided the HIV antibody testing) clarified that only 29 people were tested–none positive. For future […]
SEE CORRECTION ABOVE. As part of Black History Month, there was a blood-free HIV testing event on College Walk today (Wednesday) in order to raise awareness of the AIDS epidemic in the African-American community. It was open to the community, and we’re not sure how many test-ees were Columbia affiliates and how many weren’t, but […]