It seems like everything Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton does causes controversy. Her most recent gaffe was at the funeral of former first lady Nancy Reagan. Clinton gave Reagan and her husband credit for “starting a national conversation” on HIV/AIDS, according to The Washington Post. That could not be further from the truth. Throughout the ‘80s, […]

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Are you at least 17 years of age? Are you free of cold or flu symptoms? Are you currently taking any antibiotics? Have you recently traveled to the Caribbean or a malarial region? If you have ever been nervously sitting in the waiting room ready to give blood, you’ve probably half-heartedly skimmed through these questions […]

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By Heather Hamacek, Staff Writer What is one to expect from an event called Condom Couture?  Well, condoms for one, and fashion for another.  Boston University’s chapter of Face Aids, an organization that helps fight HIV/AIDs in Africa and advocates for safe sex held the university’s first Condom Couture last Thursday night. The event worked […]

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