Contributed by LeBron Rankins on 02/19/2013
CAPS, Active Minds and TWLOHA invite you to hear Regi Carpenter tell the story of her teenage experience with mental health. Snap!, My Teenage Life: Breaking Down and Finding Hope was described by The Harvard Crimson Review as "Harrowing, uplifting, haunting and surprisingly, hilarious."wing, uplifting, haunting & surprisingly hilarious.”
Thursday, February 28th. 7pm. Emerson Suite B
Regi Carpenter is a nationally acclaimed touring professional storyteller, writer and workshop presenter. She has performed at the National Storytelling Festival, the Ojai Storytelling Festival, Cape Girardeau Festival and numerous other festivals thoughout the country. Her book, “Where There’s Smoke, There’s Dinner—Stories of a Seared Childhood” will be published in 2013.
Regi is a Lecturer in the Department of Communication Studies. She will be accompanied by Cellist, Elizabeth Simkin, from the School of Music.
Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact LeBron Rankins at firstname.lastname@example.org or (607) 274-3136. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.