We're putting a twist on Post Secret, the ongoing community art project where people mail in their secrets anonymously on a postcard. For the Disability Postcard Project, anyone with or without disabilities can submit an anonymous decorated postcard about what disability means to you! Drop boxes will be in Multicultural Services in B233, Academic Success Center in D204, Financial Aid in B125, and in the DRC in B132. Postcards will be on display in the cafeteria during the last week of October.
Learn the most important rules of comma use at one or both workshops. The morning session will be led by Writing Lab Instructor Isaiah Hemmen, and the afternoon session will be led by Writing Lab Instructor Kayleen Doornbos--both in the Shared Classroom inside the Academic Success Center, D-204. No pre-registration necessary. The workshops are free and informal. Any member of the Bellevue College community who has ever been frustrated by the seemingly mysterious rules governing comma usage in American English is invited to attend. Bellevue College students, faculty, and staff are welcome!.
For more information, call the Front Desk at the ASC, (425) 564-2200