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OSAPR Head Goes Abroad

Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Director Sarah A. Rankin recently traveled to Spain to discuss Harvard’s efforts to combat gender and sexual violence.

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As part of World AIDS Day, Philip Yenawine presented images and reflected on the impact of AIDS on artists in “Seeing AIDS,” held in the Sackler Museum.

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AIDS Epidemic Given Visual Form

As part of campus commemoration of World AIDS Day yesterday, the co-founder of an art education initiative spoke about artistic responses to the AIDS epidemic at the Sackler Museum.

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AIDS is a disease that crosses cultural boundaries, comments Philip Yenawine, co-founding director of Visual Understanding in Education, regarding an image of an African American male holding a poster. In commemoration of World AIDS Day, Philip Yenawine presented images and reflected on the impact of AIDS on artists in "World AIDS Day Lecture: Seeing AIDS," an event held in the lecture hall of the Arthur M. Sackler Museum.

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Carole Hooven, lecturer in Human Evolutionary Biology (left) and Mary Ruggie, adjunct professor of public policy at the Kennedy School (right), along with Mary Ellen Galante (not pictured), a Cambridge-area midwife, discuss the medical and cultural perception of the female body at "Deviant Bodies," an event sponsored by the Harvard Women's Center.

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Students Protest Stupak Amendment

Dozens of students rallied yesterday in front of the Harvard T station to protest the Stupak amendment, which would prohibit coverage of abortions by publicly funded health-insurance plans.

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Harvard Slides Down Sex Rankings

Harvard students may be surprised to hear that their school, one of the best universities in the world, is averaging a cumulative GPA of 2.68.

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Author Jenni Schaefer sings an original song, “It’s OK to be Happy,” during a talk about recovering from eating disorders at Harvard Hall.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Week

The Harvard Cancer Society promoted Breast Cancer Awareness Week by placing a colorful clothesline hung with women's underwear on the Science Center lawn.

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UHS Faces Flu Vaccine Shortage

Harvard University Health Services has stopped giving seasonal flu vaccines at its Holyoke Center headquarters and most other sites around ...

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William E. Cunningham, Professor of Medicine at UCLA, delivers a speech on discrimination and conspiracy beliefs as they relate to HIV during the HIV Denialism, Mistrust, and Stigma Symposium sponsored by the Harvard University Center for AIDS Research.

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William E. Cunningham, Professor of Medicine at UCLA, delivers a speech on discrimination and conspiracy beliefs as they relate to HIV during the HIV Denialism, Mistrust, and Stigma Symposium sponsored by the Harvard University Center for AIDS Research.

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Harvard Students Discuss Swine Flu Quarantine

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