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CAA "Cardinal Nest"
By Pamela Lindsay, Dean of Curriculum & Instruction
Excitement is in the air as students return from their summer activities and prepare to settle into their CAA “Cardinal Nest.” The cool weather and early evenings may slow some people down but the start of a new fall quarter always gets us moving!
If you are looking for a place to warm up, come by Latizmo hip-hop class and feel the heat. If the grace of falling leaves inspires you, visit our site during Classical and Contemporary or Graduate Dance. Are you a fall sports lover? Come join our Cardinal team activities and Cheerleading squad. If the fog on these brisk fall mornings reminds you of Frost or Keats, you may want to swing by Poetry class and compose a few lines. If the autumn fog turns to dramatic and stormy skies, share those images in Theatre Performance, Language Studies, Fine Arts, and Music classes. If you find yourself intrigued by all of the different and vibrant colors of the trees and their fallen leaves, learn about them in Applied Science and Mathematics. And of course, our TV/Film and Photojournalism students are here to capture all of your beautiful fall CAA memories.
Autumn is also a time for beautiful changes! In this spirit, the Fall 2016 Quarter now includes 30 classes scheduled across the week for accessibility by more students than ever. New workshops and performance opportunities offer even more excitement for current students. More adults discover and register for these opportunities every month while CAA’s student leaders share their knowledge as contributing citizens. Soon the coming fall festivals, performances, and holiday celebrations will give them a stage to do what they do so well…represent and celebrate the abilities of all individuals, and the ability of all individuals to affect change.
You are treasured part of the College of Adaptive Arts family and always welcome at our CAA home. Go to www.collegeofadaptivearts.org and click “Sign up for a student tour” to come in and see what’s new. We’ll keep the kettle on for you!