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Against the odds, women have changed the face of TV: 'Stealing the Show' looks at three decades of female showrunners

“Women almost never become art monsters because art monsters only concern themselves with art, never mundane things.” So says the heroine of Jenny Offill’s 2014 novel “Dept. 31 more words

I Looked Around and I Wrote This

I find myself sinking in quicksand,

Gripping and clutching with my last free hand.

Could this be my final stand?

Here in this barren land… 179 more words

Lebanese

African-American History Month Reading Recommendations

February 2, 2018

As the calendar reveals February’s focus on African-American History Month, I’m eager to recommend some thematic reading! 

Linking up today with Modern Mrs Darcy: Quick Lit February. 1,068 more words

Historical Fiction

Left Neglected

What is your reaction to the thought: “accommodations equal failure”?

January 19, 2018

Left Neglected
by Lisa Genova

Genre/categories: fiction, women’s fiction, traumatic brain injury, family life… 1,426 more words

Fiction

I'm Fine By Me (Despite The Majority)

For the most part, noone is doubting me but those around me. Always trying to infect me with their severe anxiety, proving that they’re fearing what they aren’t understanding. 35 more words

Our Alumni and "The OCC Effect" on Our Podcast

On this month’s edition of “Higher Ed News You Can Use from Onondaga Community College” we’re highlighting our outstanding alumni. You’ll meet Dr. Emad Rahim, a former OCC student who is a 2017 winner of the Outstanding Alumni Award from the American Association of Community Colleges. 145 more words

Onondaga Community College