In the brightly-lit theatre space of the Center for the Arts Theatre, where tall handrails and low seats jut up in a semicircle around the ground-level stage, like an ancient Greek theatre, two actors advance to the center of the stage. Their fellow cast members remain seated in chairs arranged in rows to the sides.
On October 11th, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) made an announcement that broke barriers and stirred the pot; girls are now going to be allowed to join an organization of Cub Scouts to earn the rank of Eagle Scout, which is the highest ranking, and I think it’s about damn time girls can earn that ranking.
While it is an American belief that all people are made inherently equal in worth and potential, many teachers continue to demean and underestimate students of color in the classroom.
PCC instructor Simona Supekar had her article about how she uses online resources to cope with a rare disease called idiopathic angioedema published in The Atlantic magazine.