C2M Reporter Jasmine Smith

“AIDS Ends Here" Benefit Fashion Show inspires Mason students to make a difference

The stage was set in Dewberry Hall as director Johnetta Saygbe sat with the events production staff discussing the order of the show. The lights flickered on and off casting red, blue and yellow lights onto the stage. Nerves and excitement flooded the space as everyone prepared for the first annual “AIDS Ends Here” benefit fashion show.

Weekends at Mason hosts HIV/AIDS awareness fashion show Nov. 30

As November comes to an end, December welcomes us with cold air, bundled coats and HIV awareness. Dec. 1—World AIDS Day—marks the beginning of HIV Awareness Month, and George Mason University students are eager to bring the awareness to campus.

Students gear up for what is going to be an exciting, educational event: Red Alert: Work the Runway—an HIV/AIDS Awareness Week fashion show occurring tonight, Nov. 30.