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To be Bizarre or To be the Ordinary?

When hearing the word “bizarre” what do you think of? The one oddball in your friend group? The person always sitting alone at lunch? Or maybe the boy who chooses to dress as if he were a female. 270 more words

The Political Equality Club of Valley Falls

2017 marks the 100th anniversary of woman’s suffrage in New York State. In November of that year, the state’s men voted to give women the right to vote. 3,685 more words

Votes for Women!

It’s been 241 years since Abigail Adams asked her husband John Adams to “remember the ladies” in a letter dated March 31, 1776. It’s also been 241 years since the Founding Fathers declared “all men are created equal” and conveniently forgot the ladies. 413 more words


Toughen Up & Susan B. Anthony

Focus. We leave tomorrow morning for Portland, OR where we will spend the next 10 weeks. In between packing, passports, and double checking the most important accordion folder we’ll ever know, I’m also last minute planning our side trip through Banff and Jasper. 1,120 more words


Visit Susan B. Anthony's Grave

Completed: 9. Visit Susan B. Anthony’s Grave

We booked our summer trip to the Finger Lakes in New York, which is an hour or so away from Rochester, the final resting place of both Susan B. 212 more words

Artist of The Month Spotlight | Najhay Quick

We are pleased to spotlight Najhay Quick our August Artist of The Month

About Najhay Quick

Najhay Quick is a Rochester based painter and street artist.

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