Since 1949, Mental Health America has recognized May as Mental Health Month to spread awareness of the importance of visibility and education. Here is a quick fact sheet about mental health.
Ky Totten’s experience at an LGBTQA+ Pride event at Dayton’s Yellow Cab Tavern in June 2022 sparked an idea to create a space to celebrate the queer community.
From local happenings to national topics and global events, here is the news worth knowing for the week of April 24, 2023
Technology is constantly advancing and the introduction of Chat GPT raises questions about the benefits and challenges artificial intelligence brings to higher education.
The Dayton City Commission primary election is on May 2, 2023. This election will reduce the current six candidates to four candidates for the general election in November.