Bad guys and bullies beware: Lifelong Learning students at Sinclair Community College may be armed (with a cane) and dangerous.
Adults of any age have the opportunity to take a free class that is offered in Sinclair’s Lifelong Learning program called Asian Arts, in which they can practice different martial arts, including a modified version of Hapkido stick-fighting that is known locally as “cane-fu.”
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“Recognize the victories, struggles and stories of the women who have made our country what it is,” President Obama said in honor of Women’s History Month.
Continue reading A look at women of history
Billy Lucas, Tyler Clementi, Asher Brown; the list continues to grow even into 2015. The name Leelah Alcorn may help piece things together.
Everyone listed has successfully committed suicide after dealing with harassment, homophobia, assault and more. These are all common experiences held by queer youth.
Continue reading “It Gets Better” starting now
The Unit is a fitness-based community service program in Dayton whose motto is “Improving self, improving community.” They certainly live up to the expectation. They have recently volunteered at both the House of Bread and the Dayton program, “Shoes 4 the Shoeless.”
The House of Bread is a volunteer-driven organization that provides a hot and nutritious meal to anyone in need during lunchtime hours. Shoes 4 the Shoeless is a local non-profit organization that provides new and correctly-fitting gym shoes to children in Montgomery County who live in poverty.
Continue reading Service group helps community
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