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Volume 23, No. 7       November 13, 2000

AIDS Quilt on Display

Visitors had an opportunity to view 128 panels from the AIDS Memorial Quilt on display from October 30 to November 2 in the Emerson Suites. The 3-by-6-foot panels were sewn by friends and loved ones as a way to reflect on the lives of those who have died of AIDS. Begun in San Francisco in 1987 by the NAMES Project Foundation, the AIDS quilt is a way to increase public awareness of AIDS and provide a creative means for remembrance and healing. Worldwide over 12 million people have visited the quilt. For more information on the quilt, including where to submit a panel, visit


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Andrejs Ozolins, Ithaca College Office of Publications. 9. Nov. 2000