Sophie Kim ’19 and Visual Arts Department Head Cheri Gaulke will be performing in a production commenting on the legacy of AIDS in a group of LGBTQ writers called QueerWise every Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 28 to Feb. 25. The show, “Shades of Disclosure: Who are You?” is held at the Skylight Theatre Company and […]
As Director of Strategy at the Immunity Project, Ian Cinnamon ’10 raises money to fund research leading to a free preventative vaccine for HIV. Cinnamon graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2013 with a degree in Brain and Cognitive Science and moved to San Francisco. He now works for the Immunity Project, which […]
By Austin Block Three students and mathematics teacher Bill Thill braved torrential rain to compete in the Los Angeles Marathon Sunday. Thill, who finished in five hours and 17 minutes, was running in his second marathon. At the 25 mile of the race, Thill said he had two options. “You can either decide you’re miserable […]
Time Magazineâs 1996 âMan of the Yearâ David Ho urged students to âbang on the doorâ about the AIDs pandemic in an all-school assembly on Monday, Feb. 1.