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Tag Archives: CSPA
Maintenance swooped in and before you knew it, a simple wall that served as slideaway divider for courses in literature, science, mathematics, robotics, advisement, Critical Thinking and much more revealed to become a ballroom proportion of celebration. 2019’s Math & … Continue reading
“We are not clowns in a circus for you to come, and watch and make research notes about and make your name for writing down our suffering.”
The previous days of so so much – I mean sooo much walking, so much taking in just SO MUCH – wow. It showed as we struggled to the Starbucks on Broadway, grabbed anything we could to crank us into … Continue reading
It has been ages. This might be the longest gap I have had without a post – but to tell the truth, so so much has been happening, I do not know even where to start when it comes to … Continue reading
Yes, 2014, with CSPA holding a huge new level of opportunity for Repentino., stay tuned later this week for details! We have Immigration forms, pre boarding passes, and we have 21 students and 2 chaperones ready to roll – well … Continue reading
Yes, as promised, Jason Schell is back on the art scene, with an amazing documentary of the project he has just completed. I like that you are pulled in, also that he is from Pittsburgh, ALSO that he does not … Continue reading