The AIDS education committee proposed that Baldwin Health Services offer confidential HIV/AIDS testing.  A student survey administered by the committee showed overwhelmingly support for AIDS testing, but more than half of the respondents said they would only use the service if it were anonymous and not noted on their medical charts.  The committee suggested the tests be free for students, and since the college already employed four certified testing counselors, costs for the college, “will not be high,” Dr. Irena Balawadjer, the director of health services, explained, “It’s just a question of lab time.”      The Miscellany News