Sinclair’s Dental Hygienic Clinic has been offering affordable dental cleanings and checkups for Sinclair students and the local community since the 1970s.
The Give Kids a Smile (GKAS) event is one of the programs the clinic has been hosting for the Dayton Area for the past few years. Continue reading →
Casey Snyder, the current artistic focus of the Triangle Gallery, entices the memory with contradicting imagery and opposing realism in the current exhibit, Investigations of the Residual.
“Using duality, my work allows the viewer to recognize something they know and do not know at the same time,” Snyder says. Continue reading →
Believe it or not, there is more to Groundhog Day than that hilarious movie, starring Bill Murray, or patiently waiting to see if we will be enjoying an early spring or dreading a longer winter. In fact,Groundhog Day is an ancient Christian tradition. Continue reading →
2014 was a time of hardship for African Americans as the deaths of Mike Brown, Beavercreek’s John Crawford and Eric Gardner, rock the community. With these actions came the saying #BlackLivesMatter that went from the online media to a phrase used by protesters and activists all across the nation. Continue reading →
If students are beginning to feel the pressures of being stuck in the house all day due to the winter weather, there are some activities all across Ohio that could give students a reason to venture out into the cold.
On January 31, the Montessori School of Dayton will be holding their fourth annual “Brew Ha-Ha” from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Activities will include a beer-tasting event with over 40 breweries from Ohio represented and a silent auction that will include several beer – related items. Ticket prices are $35, giving the person a half pint tasting glass and ten beer tasting tickets. All proceeds will go towards the Montessori School. Continue reading →