Richard Henry Ric Curry Jr.
12/5/18 Richland Source (Mansfield, Ohio)
Richard Henry Curry Jr., 65, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday Dec. 2, 2018 at Ohio Health MedCentral Mansfield Hospital.
Ric was born Friday, Sept. 25, 1953 to Richard (Elizabeth Hanson) Curry Sr. and he was lifetime resident. Ric graduated from Mansfield Senior High in 1971. He attended Rio Grande University and Grand Rapids Community College where he played baseball, and he continued softball with various teams in Mansfield. He was a true fan to Cleveland Browns, Cavaliers, Ohio State, and Mansfield Senior High.
How Instagram Is a Lifeline and Death Knoll for Homoerotic Artists
12/5/18 Out Magazine
Martin Bedolla had already been posting his illustrations on Instagram (@martinbedolla) for about two years prior to 2016, but that year marked a turning point for the artist. “A friend of mine suggested I do Kinkcember,” Bedolla wrote in a post on December 1. He was citing one of a series of monthly themes, like Inktober and MerMay, that serve as prompts for visual artists on social media. “Naturally, I said sure. Ha ha. First up. Bondage.”
… Art first came to Bedolla in a way it does for many teens: through doodling. But after enrolling at Grand Rapids Community College and taking a few drawing classes, he declared fine art as a major and took his practice more seriously, later attending Kendall College of Art and Design. “After I graduated, I actually started exploring what I wanted my style to be and what I wanted to say with my work,” Bedolla says. “Initially, I always thought nudes — like, classical nudes — were fascinating and sensual. So I started there.”
These 2-year schools have the worst ‘on time’ graduation rates in the U.S.
12/6/18 Palmetto Business Daily (Fla.)
Williamsburg Technical College, Midlands Technical College and Aiken Technical College are among two-year schools in the U.S. with the lowest ‘on time’ graduation rates, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.
(GRCC is listed on the chart at No. 83.)
‘The end of an era and a sad day’ Arizona Western College is latest community college to drop JUCO football
12/5/18 Arizona Republic
Arizona Western College in Yuma is the latest community college in the state to announce it is ending its football program.
… Among the junior colleges that have cut football since 2010: Rock Valley College, Joliet Junior College and Harper College, all in Illinois, and Grand Rapids Community College in Michigan. All of the schools cited financial reasons.