Tag Archive: HIV/AIDS

Scholars Service: Brian Kaplun’s Big Summer

This summer was a big one for me. Not only was it my first formal internship, but it was also the first time I spent any extended period outside of California (although I… Continue reading

From the Courtroom to the Ballroom: The Next Steps of LGBTQ Equality

This summer I completed a 10-week internship at Lambda Legal’s national headquarters in New York through the generous support of the Elton John AIDS Foundation. Although the majority of my work focused on… Continue reading

Scholars’ Service: HIV Prevention in Atlanta’s Black Community

Thanks to a grant from the Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF), a number of Point Scholars have the wonderful opportunity to intern with organizations that are directly impacting the daily lives of those at… Continue reading

Larry King/Jeffrey Fashion Cares Point Scholar Noël Gordon Plans Trip to Jamaica to Work on HIV/AIDS

This spring I hope to travel to Kingston, Jamaica with Dr. Nesha Haniff, a professor of Women’s Studies and African and Afro-American Studies at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Her work focuses on… Continue reading