“I worry that what’s going on right now is deeply destructive in a way that a lot of people only see a slice of it, and I worry that there’s not a level of communication from us in Springfield that’s adequate for the public to really understand what’s happening," Sen. Biss said.
Hundreds of ETHS students packed the Michael Resource Center on April 7 to listen to their peers recite poems they had written as part of the 15th annual Poetry Week. The students came during their lunch hours to hear a diverse range of styles and content; all very personal, all very real.
The YWCA Evanston/North Shore invites local organizations to join the annual Stand Against Racism from 12:30 to 12:55 p.m. on April 29.
*yawn* poetry. Am I right? If it’s not your thing it’s not your thing and no amount of jibber jabbing is going to change that. So thought this librarian for a number of years. Seems my old attitude is shared by a lot of people out there too. Mention that April is Poetry Month and their eyes take on a distinctly glazed appearance.