On April 23, Santa Fe University of Art and Design’s Quad was decked out in rainbows, pinks, purples and blues. Pride flags swung wildly as students, faculty, staff and members of the local community gathered to celebrate the LGBT community with a commemoratory drag show.
On March 25, the Southwest Care Center partnered with Student Government to provide free HIV and Hepatitis C testing in the Fogelson Library. The four hour event allowed students to check their STD status and opened up a dialogue about safe sex and STD prevention. The next will take place April 23.
Students filled the Driscoll Fitness Center March 8 to dance and party during what had been advertised as a Spring Break Beach Bash. As the night progressed, however, it became clear to students that what they thought was an innocent dance, was also a drug and alcohol awareness event.
On Jan 20, Donald Trump was inaugurated into the White House as the 45th President of the United States of America. SFUAD students had a lot to say about the new president, his inauguration and the U.S. government moving forward in what many consider a dark time in our country’s history.
The Rotary Club of Santa Fe Foundation will be holding its annual Rotary Foundation Gala May 3, at which they will honor their Distinguished Artist of the Year. The artist must have excelled in his or her field and must be nominated by local artists and galleries. This year, the foundation has chosen to honor photographer and Santa Fe University of Art and Design Photography Department Chairman Tony O’ Brien.
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