The event is part of the course “Wicked Problems,” which focuses on local issues.
Banning men who have been sexually active with other men is unlawful and discrimatory.
There are certain things we’re supposed to take risks with: playing the lottery, asking someone out or an “educated” multiple choice guess. Young adults often take risks with their sexual health as well, for better or worse outcomes. But the real risk comes when we don’t realize what we’re putting at stake. Sex comes with […]
Unrest grew in South Africa yesterday outside the disciplinary hearing for controversial political figure Julius Malema, the man at the center of the divide in South Africa’s ruling party the African National Congress and the country itself. Protests against the corruption charges levied against Malema, the president of the ANC’s Youth League, soon turned violent, […]
Ever since its first album, While the City Sleeps, We Rule the Streets, Cobra Starship has been dedicated to creating alternative pop tunes suitable for dancing. The band’s new album, Night Shades, which was streamed free on Facebook and is set to be officially released August 29, isn’t any different. Although the band has had several […]
The Other City explores the lives of HIV carriers living in the slums of Washington, D.C.
Kay Warren, an AIDS activist, spoke about her decision to fight the deadly disease.
Last Sunday’s AIDS Walk served as an enlightening, and perhaps haunting, reminder to many about the prevalent pandemic. Despite the ample attention, money and effort being poured into generating awareness about HIV, it continues to be a destructive presence: 7,500 new people are infected with HIV every day, and AIDS remains the fourth leading cause […]