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Cat Presents Healing Musical Commemoration for World AIDS Day

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Students perform on stage at the Cat in the Cream on Dec. 1, as part of a series of performances to commemorate World AIDS Day. The event, titled “Music, Healing & Celebration of Life,” was dedicated “in memory of all those who lost their lives to AIDS, in celebration of all those living despite” and featured The Obertones, OSLAM, and Pitch Please, as well as a variety of individual performers.

Students perform on stage at the Cat in the Cream on Dec. 1, as part of a series of performances to commemorate World AIDS Day. The event, titled “Music, Healing & Celebration of Life,” was dedicated “in memory of all those who lost their lives to AIDS, in celebration of all those living despite” and featured The Obertones, OSLAM, and Pitch Please, as well as a variety of individual performers.

Photo by Justin Bank, Staff Photographer

Photo by Justin Bank, Staff Photographer

Students perform on stage at the Cat in the Cream on Dec. 1, as part of a series of performances to commemorate World AIDS Day. The event, titled “Music, Healing & Celebration of Life,” was dedicated “in memory of all those who lost their lives to AIDS, in celebration of all those living despite” and featured The Obertones, OSLAM, and Pitch Please, as well as a variety of individual performers.

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