The UA doesn't care about their Facebook comments, but they do care about getting audited by the Dept. Of Ed's Office of Civil Rights. File a complaint for a Title IX violation (Google "office of civil rights" and you'll find the form), and eventually OCR is going to have to audit the UA's lack of response to this harassment. Whether or not they find legal fault with the admin is irrelevant - threat of an audit is often enough to get admin to get their butts in gear and do something.
For the Record, Open Dress on Friday (tonight!) also begins at 7:30, like the regular shows! Sorry about the mix-up!
Carie Schneider here.....Because I'm very bad at getting information to Nanette so she can do interviews for things like this - whoops! - I have a couple corrections about the Youth Company piece - it's actually based on my visit to the headwaters of the Gila River last summer, where I watched the river begin to rise downstream while a monsoon storm raged over the watershed. I talked to the youth about this view of a river, how it can be peaceful one moment, and raging the next; how it can soothe your sore feet, but wear away at stone. The kids themselves (ages 10-13) then wrote about experiences they had when water was both peaceful and thrilling, calming and destructive. All the movement was created by the kids themselves, and I just put it into a structure and order. But if you want to just go by my dad's review of the show (he came to the open dress rehearsal tonight): "Those kids are energetic!"
Traffic lights completely out (not even flashing red) at Church & Pennington, Church & Broadway. Lots of firetrucks (at least 4) have Congress just E of Church cordoned off - but traffic on Church can still get through that intersection.
Maico's (22nd/park) chicken tacos!
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