This February’s annual Stanford Dance Marathon (DM) announced that they are raising money for Partners in Health (PIH) in Rwanda. This year DM has also restructured its core team.
Stanford’s ninth annual Dance Marathon raised just over $60,000 to combat the global H.I.V./AIDS epidemic, with almost 1,500 students dancing in shifts from 1 p.m. on Saturday to 1 p.m. on Sunday.
The doors of the Arrillaga Alumni Center flew open, revealing halls bedecked with red and white balloons and walls flanked by banners sporting FACE AIDS insignia. The students, dressed in eccentric costumes such as tutus and Stanford capes in a blend of flamboyant colors, trickled into a room thumping with electronic music. …
For a full 24 hours, from 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 11 to 1 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 12, the Arrillaga Alumni Center pulsated with energy and enthusiasm as Stanford’s eighth annual Dance Marathon rocked campus all day — and all night — long. After spending months fundraising for FACE AIDS, a student-led…
Paul Farmer delivered the keynote address for the national FACE AIDS conference Saturday evening in Memorial Auditorium.
Organizers of Dance Marathon, the 24-hour dance party that raises money and awareness to fight HIV and AIDS, have tweaked their recruitment strategy this year in an effort to donate $100,000 toward combating the pandemic.
This weekend, 100 students from FACE AIDS chapters around the United States and Canada will attend the annual FACE AIDS conference at Stanford.
After co-founding FACE AIDS in 2005, Jonny Dorsey ’09 sought to further expose young people to careers in global health. Now on a mission for global health equity, Dorsey, Dave Ryan ’07 and Katie Bollbach ’09 have teamed up with Barbara Bush, daughter of former president George W. Bush, to found the nonprofit Global Health Corps (GHC), now in its first full year of operation.