Student Art Amazes
Let's start with the art.
It's amazing. The halls of schools in South Bend were decorated top to bottom with student art, writing, and activities in celebration of Comet ISON. Now ten pieces from nearly every school--over 300 fresh ideas--are on online drugstore without prescription display at the Colfax Cultural Center, shown here. This is beyond description. The exhibit is pfizer viagra 50 mg online open to the public from November 19 through December 19, 2013, with an artists reception on December 6 from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m.
The South Bend Community School Corporation (SBCSC) has asserted that it values science by bringing the Comet ISON experience into the cialis pharmacy online classroom. In addition to being a rare comet of a type not seen in perhaps hundreds of years, Comet ISON has the appeal of purchase cialis canada having an uncertain fate when it rounds the sun. The comet has potential for multiple scenarios in which it could put on a show or it could be annihilated. What matters isn't so much the visible spectacle as the scientific discovery unfolding before our eyes. The schools are facilitating an observation in common of an uncommon event
Thanks and credit go to levitra canada the South Bend schools, administratiors, staff, and students for parlaying a celestial apparition into a comunity windfall in other disciplines, like the arts. You really have to see this exhibit for yourself.