The latest documentary from Cherry Arnold '80 is called Bluebirds Fly. It follows three families, each with a child on the autism spectrum, with the goal of shedding light on these questions and more.
Bluebirds Fly leaves audiences with a better understanding of autism, along with a newfound awareness of what can be done to help individuals with autism live happier, more productive lives.
Butler highlights the challenges and opportunities of living by feminist ideals at work and at home. The mother of two children, a boy and girl, she shares that "the real challenges lie in raising her own children to embrace gender equality."
On March 31st, the school with highest number of alumni/ae donors wins!
AND if Lincoln wins, an anonymous donor has generously offered a matching gift of $10,000!
Leah Tinberg '12 clearly remembers the day in 2010 when she announced to her Lincoln robotics teacher, Doug Alexander, "I know what I want to do with my life! I'm going to do robotics...for space!" Fast forward to this summer when Leah will be working at NASA Langley, realizing her dreams.
Lincoln Alumnae Liss Fain '65 is renowned for her innovation and ground-breaking collaborations as a choreographer. Her company, Liss Fain Dance, offers the world premiere of A Space Divided, at Z Space, April 9 -12, 2015 in San Francisco, CA.