Concordia Students Care: 10-Storey-High HIV/AIDS Ribbon Goes Up Today

    MONTREAL, Nov. 30 /CNW Telbec/ - On Friday, November the 30th, 2007 the
Concordia Student Union (CSU) as part of it's annual HIV/AIDS Awareness Week
will create a ten-storey high HIV/AIDS ribbon on the Guy St. façade of
Concordia University's Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts
Integrated Complex (between St. Catherine and De Maisonneuve). This ribbon
will be composed of 120 panels and will measure more then 100 feet high.
    "AIDS is one of the biggest problems in the world today and this ribbon
is our way of telling Canada and the world that raising awareness is a
priority for students," said Clara Kwan, co-Coordinator of the CSU's HIV/AIDS
Awareness Week.
    This CSU initiative succeeded with the cooperation of Concordia
University's Department of Facilities Management and the hard work of a
dedicated team of volunteers. The ribbon will be displayed until December 13.

For further information:

For further information: Molly Haigh, Co-Coordinator of the CSU's
HIV/AIDS Awareness Week, (514) 567-7636,

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