My grandmother is my forever inspiration for everything I do in life. She is truly the jack of all trades, being able to maintain her style, work ethic, opinions, humor and love for others. She is my inspiration because she has been through everything, and is still able to give love and receive love. She is very old-fashioned which is comforting in a fast-paced world that is being taken over by technology. My grandmother loves for my son to play outside, rather than sitting in front of the TV or tablet. She stands firm with her no phones rule while eating at the dinner table. Living in the moment is what I admire from her, everywhere she goes she takes everything in and … [Read more...] about Women of Invisible Empire: Nurse for over 30 years, Grandma for Eternity
Emotional support dogs are not allowed on campus, but service dogs are, and even though many students may think they are the same thing, they are not. A service dog is trained to perform a function, or do a job, that his or her owner can’t perform on their own due to a physical, intellectual or emotional disability. These dogs may, of course, provide emotional support and comfort, but they are specifically trained to provide assistance beyond soothing benefits. Service dogs receive more legal protections than emotional support dogs and are allowed in just about any and every public space, whereas emotional support dogs do not enjoy the same widespread access. An emotion support … [Read more...] about Emotional Support Dogs Different Than Service Dogs?
Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art (RAFMA) new art exhibit consist of a solo show for the Lebanese American Artist Rabbia Sukkarieh and a group show for Korean Artists displayed in the backspace. "DARKEVENTWHITEHORIZON" the solo show by Artist Rabbia Sukkarieh first presented as people walked in, with drawings and a wall sculpture, creating a sense of being different and unique. Her sculptures were huge, made completely out of wool and were displayed in the smaller space to the left, while her very large paintings were displayed in the middle of the exhibit and were very detailed and intertwined with color and darkness at the same time. “DARKEVENTWHITEHORIZON is about the … [Read more...] about RAFFMA reopens with Lebanese American and Korean Artists