Prizm News / September 16, 2019 / By Lou Barrett/ The last time I presented at a conference, the topic was on ethics vs. empathy and how that plays into best tutoring practices. The setting was one with which most familiar, a gathering of professionals focused on writing centers and
/ Prizm News / September 13, 2019 / By Ken Schneck / On August 28, John Carroll University President Michael D. Johnson met with three student leaders and three JCU staff to let them know of his decision to cancel the annual campus Drag Show. Prizm editor Ken Schneck sat
Federal judge allows transgender Ohioans to have their day in court / Prizm News / September 13, 2019 / By Ken Schneck / A federal judge in Columbus handed down a decision on Thursday that allows a federal lawsuit on behalf of four transgender plaintiffs to continue. The plaintiffs are
Prizm News / September 11, 2019 / By Ken Schneck In a letter sent to the John Carroll University community on Monday, President Michael Johnson has now publicly acknowledged that the decision to cancel the annual drag show was his, providing little explanation but nonetheless asking for respect. Johnson—in his
On Sunday, August 24, thousands gathered together for the Akron Pride Equity March and Festival, a celebration of community, history, and identity. Performers on the main stage included crowd-favorite Deborah Cox, country star Steve Grand, and a full roster of local talent.