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because people will think you’re ‘difficult’ or a ‘diva." said W-A-O Superintendent Lon Jorgensen. "The basis will have a lot to do with the trial. Win McNamee—Getty Images Bernie Sanders delivers remarks at a town meeting at the South Church May 27, “Atiku is our next president, Courtesy Wellesley College Archives Hillary (center) attends a student rally at Wellesley College, average for the international rate now stands at 24 percent,S. Davidson added she believed "a lot of it has to do with the different national media and what they tell their students" about the countryEven still she was skeptical about that influence"I think that a lot of students regardless of where they’re from don’t maybe pay that much attention to international news" she saidStudies done last spring by multiple academic research and advocacy groups suggested international interest in US universities had ebbed compared with past years as measured by statistics such as student informational inquiries visits to campus and applications At least one survey conducted by a host of groups found that nearly 40 percent of US colleges were counting declines in international application numbers while hearing worries from foreign students about finding a less-welcoming nation As a more general indicator of interest Nassirian said fewer students from abroad have been taking the TOEFL exam a test of English language competency required for international admissionsWhile young people might not be up on international news Nassirian believed their parents might be paying closer attention before packing their kids off to a distant land for an often expensive education He said the ultimate picture of this year’s international enrollments would be clearer within a few weeks of classes But in the meantime he remained concerned about students who accepted admissions offers actually coming to campus"We are worried that many students may have mapped out alternative options" Nassirian said "That’s bad for them potentially but it’s also bad for the United States We want the guy or gal that solves the energy crisis or cures AIDS to do it here rather than in China or Germany or somewhere else We want to attract the best minds here"Saxon of Minneapolis worked as a prostitute with a male clientele in his early 20s and has lost close friends to AIDS-related complications That scared him But it didn’t make him any more willing to use condoms "I had the mentality thinking of you know ‘If I get it I get it If I don’t I don’t’" he saidWhen Saxon 41 heard there was a pill that was highly effective at preventing HIV transmission he was more willing to try that approach But gay men and others who have unprotected sex have been slow to ask for the drugHIV prevention advocates say some people simply don’t know about the drug or can’t afford it while others are embarrassed to ask for a preventive medication that acknowledges their risky behaviors The prevention strategy is pre-exposure prophylaxis often referred to as PrEP It focuses on treating high-risk healthy patients with an antiviral medication so they’re less likely to contract HIV if they’re exposed to the virusTruvada an HIV drug that has been around for a decade is currently the only medication approved for use in people who are trying to prevent HIV infections"With me being promiscuous and a gay male this is a step for me to protect myself from HIV" said Saxon who has been taking Truvada for a year-and-a-halfHe convinced a couple of his gay friends to also go on the drugBut HIV prevention advocates say selling people on the drug has been a challenge Nearly two years after the FDA approved Truvada for HIV prevention it appears that very few men like Saxon are taking it There has been a modest decrease nationally in new HIV infections over the past few years But the decline has not occurred among men who have sex with men"We’ve seen just around 40 patients that are being actively followed which is a disappointing[ly] but not surprisingly small number" said Dr Keith Henry an HIV specialist at Hennepin County Medical Center "And this has been true around the country"For Henry the numbers are disappointing because even though HIV infections are down from their peak in Minnesota there are still around 250 new cases every yearIf more patients used Truvada that number could drop sharply said Henry who opened the first PrEP clinic in the state in the fall of 2012 But HIV treatments have been so successful that it’s hard to convince people that they need to prevent the disease he said "HIV is not the fearsome entity that it once was HIV and AIDS" Henry said "If this had been available in the ’80s and ’90s interest would be much higher because people were panicked"A few blocks away from Henry’s clinic Minnesota’s largest STD testing center is also trying to recruit its high-risk clients to take TruvadaRed Door Services at the Hennepin County Public Health Clinic has about 100 patients on the drug regimen so farCommunity health specialist Javier Bucher wishes that number was much higher But Bucher thinks the interest may be growing given that he has fielded a lot more questions about the medication in just the past few months"People want to know about side effects" Bucher said "People want to know about cost"Taking a pill to prevent HIV is a big commitment Ideally the medication should be taken every day at roughly the same time When that regimen is followed the drug is more than 90 percent effectiveThere can be side effects including gastrointestinal discomfort and the possibility of liver damageThe drug also can be expensive Insurance doesn’t always cover it and that can add up to thousands of dollars in out-of-pocket costs for some patientsThen there’s the moral debateSaxon said some people in the gay community have been critical of the drug because they’re worried it will damage the public’s opinion of them"They’re thinking ‘great you know the gay community has a reputation of being promiscuous anyway and now with this advancement with the Truvada and the PrEP program it’s just going to fuel fire to that’" he saidBut Saxon said taking Truvada has not made him any more promiscuous than he already was He’s also aware that it doesn’t protect him from contracting other STDsIf anything Saxon said he’s proud to be among the early adopters taking the drug"At least people are being educated and being smart about it and protecting themselves" he said "They’re doing something as opposed to nothing"HIV prevention advocates say Truvada is their best shot at reducing HIV transmissions among a population of men and women who have been unable or unwilling to change their behavior The ultimate tool would be an HIV vaccine But that’s still being developedCarly Fiorina ostensibly came to Washington for a non-political event on entrepreneurialism in America But her political past and possible future were just under the surface Speaking at the Miller Center’s Milstein Symposium the former chairwoman and CEO of Hewlett-Packard took a few swipes at “big government” during a presentation on startups “This is a town that works for big guys big government big labor big businesses” Fiorina said “Its always been that… [But] our future very much depends on the little guys And I think that requires a rethinking of what the role of government is here” Her comments toed the line between the purpose of the symposiumto discuss the recently released report from the Milstein Commission that she co-chaired with Steve Case entitled “Can Startups Save the American Dream“and her own political ambitions Fiorina who ran unsuccessfully for a California Senate seat in 2010 is actively exploring a run for the White House in 2016 She was careful to reiterate the the report is nonpartisan and outlines recommendations for fostering small business that don’t require the government but in the panel discussion she kept coming back to a common Republican complaint: too much red tape “When was the last time that we actually did an inventory of all the regulations that are on the books Answer: not in my lifetime not in anybodys lifetime” she said hinting at a possible campaign theme “It’s like geologic sediment We have eons millennia of rules and regulations at the federal level at the state level and at the local level and it has become a primordial soup And if youre a big company you can handle it but if youre a startup or small company you really cant The point is we have to start undoing some of this stuff” Finally someone asked Fiorina explicitly about 2016: “Looking ahead to the 2016 field to those who have declared and those who are likely to including possibly yourself…” “Boy that was a graceful segue” Fiorina said laughing then segued back to talking about the report See the 2016 Candidates Looking Very Presidential Sen Ted Cruz is surrounded by stars and stripes at the 2014 Values Voter Summit in Washington DC on September 26 2014 Mark Peterson—Redux Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton gazes pensively into the distance at Iowa Senator Tom Harken’a annual Steak Fry in Indianola Iowa on September 14 2014 Brooks Kraft—Corbis for TIME Jeb Bush Former Florida Gov Jeb Bush flashes a power watch before giving his keynote address at the National Summit on Education Reform in Washington on Nov 20 2014 Susan Walsh—AP Bernie Sanders waves to supporters after officially announcing his candidacy for the US presidency 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Arkansas Gov Mike Huckabee fine-tunes his presidential oratory at the Conservative Political Action Committee annual conference in National Harbor Md on March 7 2014 Susan Walsh—AP Lincoln Chafee Former Rhode Island Governor poses for a selfie with a student after announcing he will seek the Democratic nomination for president in Arlington Va on June 3 2015 Jonathan Ernst—Reuters Lindsey Graham Lindsey Graham announced his plans to join the 2016 presidential race Alex Wong—Getty Images George Pataki Former New York governor George Pataki listens to a question at the First in the Nation Republican Leadership Conference in Nashua New Hampshire in this April 17 2015 file photo Brian Snyder—Reuters 1 of 20 Advertisement Write to Tessa Berenson at [email protected] Cosby canceled a performance in Boston scheduled for Sunday as another woman came forward to accuse the comedian of sexual assault Former actress and model Helen Gumpel told a crowd at a news conference Sunday that Cosby had 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