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LA AIDS Walk attracts a crowd of 25,000, including 250 CSUN volunteers

LA AIDS Walk attracts a crowd of 25,000, including 250 CSUN volunteers

John Saringo-Rodriguez

October 14, 2013

Unified We Serve (UWS), CSUN’s volunteer program, gathered hundreds of CSUN students to participate in the 29th annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles where they raised nearly $2.5 million for HIV/AIDS research and advocacy. The crowd of 25,000 people met and surpassed their goal of $2 million by nearly 25 percent to ben...

Over 300 CSUN students participate in AIDS Walk Los Angeles

Over 300 CSUN students participate in AIDS Walk Los Angeles

Joelle Katz

October 17, 2011

Clarification 10/18: The original article lacked context of Shanique Cruther's comment as to why toothpaste was the required donation for the bus ride.  AIDS/HIV patients have a lowered immune system, which in turn, can make them more susceptible to contracting thrush, a yeast infection that develo...

CSUN to participate in 27th Annual AIDS Walk

Angela Braza

October 12, 2011

CSUN will join the fight to find a cure for AIDS Sunday by participating at the 27th Annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles. Over 200 students have signed up to join CSUN’s team for the 6.2 mile walk. Team CSUN is led and sponsored by the Unified We Serve Volunteer Program. “By participating in this...

CSUN students, staff among thousands who participated in AIDS Walk

Liana Hofer

October 18, 2010

Against a gray and misty backdrop, several CSUN groups cheerfully gathered Sunday morning to participate in the 26th annual Los Angeles AIDS Walk. Despite the dismal weather, spirits were high in support of the cause, as nearly 275 CSUN students and staff joined a reported 30,000 support...

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