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Yesterday, December 1st was World Aids Day. This day is meant to bring awareness to the fight against HIV, to support those living with HIV, and to remember those who have died from AIDS related illnesses. There are many scientific advances today for HIV treatment, however this day is still important in raising awareness, raising money, educating the public, and fighting prejudice.
Today, December 2nd, the WRC will be in the SUB from 10am-3pm to raise awareness to HIV and AIDS, and to educate about the current status of these diseases within the United States. Please stop by to take a pamphlet and talk to us about the day!
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Happy Thanksgiving break and safe travels! The WRC hopes that your break is wonderful and relaxing. Please note that our center will be closed during break and will reopen on Monday, December 2nd at 9am. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you to all who came and supported our events this week!

Our next tabling event is on Monday, December 2nd. We will be tabling for HIV and AIDS Awareness in the SUB from 10am-3pm. This tabling event will address the physiology of the disease and differences of HIV and AIDS, as well as the current status of it within the United States.

We hope you stop by!
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Our DIY Self-Care event is TONIGHT! With final exams, papers, and presentations coming up, we know that most of campus is stressed. Take a break from your studies and come make face masks with us out of oatmeal, coconut oil, and honey. We will be in the SUB Down Under from 6-8pm.
Even in the midst of preparing for finals, we all need to pamper ourselves sometimes.
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