Stacy Pershall, author of “Loud in the House Myself: Memoirs of a Strange Girl,” gave a presentation at the college on Wednesday, April 28. The presentation, hosted by the Active Minds club, was based on topics such as bullying, suicide, eating disorders, stigma reduction and Borderline Personality Disorder.
When I was young, my parents knew there was something different about me. I preferred to be by myself and spent all my time reading books. I had an obsession with cars that went leagues beyond most people’s amount of interest in anything — even my first word was “car.” I possessed extraordinary reading abilities, learning to read at the age of two. Nobody knew it at the time, but these were all telltale signs that I had Asperger's Syndrome.
Student Senate press release OVERLAND PARK, Kan. As we enter a new election cycle, JCCC Student Senate encourages you to do your civic duty and vote. Participating in elections gives you the opportunity to not only...