As it may turn out, some of the odd number of friends you have on Facebook might not even like you. In fact, some could have you listed as an “enemy.” What’s this? Why would someone go through all that trouble to list you as an enemy? It’s a question worth asking.
Month: March 2008
Usually, when someone goes on the trip of a lifetime, they choose to visit sandy beaches and tropical climates, not war-torn nations, civil unrest and the bitter cold ghosts of history. My once in a lifetime trip was far from usual.
On Feb. 3 Duke University hosted an educational art show that involved strippers and burlesque dancers. The show is called the “Sex Workers Art Show” and has toured at hundreds of college campuses across the country for the past six years. Most of the performances were readings that described performer’s experiences in the sex industry.
With the busy beginning of the semester I hear buzz around campus surrounding the ongoing issues of parking; ranging from traffic congestion to the parking distance from classes. Even with the new 1,100 space 14 million dollar structure finding a convenient spot is still a rare yet glorious occasion.
A cross between a Sunday sermon and an after school special, Nosente Uhuti’s “You Passed Me By,” is the story of a small church’s decision to educate its members on HIV/AIDS. On March 8 in the Digital Library Auditorium the Ujima project in conjunction with the Black Women’s Leadership Forum of Riverside presented writer/director/producer Uhuti’s first stage production.