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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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Photos of the Day 12/1/2009

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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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BRANDING YOU

Chris Colbert, CEO of Holland Mark, advises job seekers to market “One Simple Thing” about themselves in “Branding You,” an event held in the Fong Auditorium yesterday evening.

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Jasper van Putten

Jasper van Putten discusses the intersection of art, geometry, and cartography in the works of Augustin Hirschvogel yesterday evening in the Barker Center.

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