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Transcript: Themes Of Blue/Orange DUEL BETWEEN ROBERT AND BRUCE NHS SOCIAL POLITICAL ISSUES... THE REAL REASON OF THE DUELS? - Written by Joe Penhall - Premiered at the Cottesloe Theatre in 2000 - An enigmatic patient claims Idi Amin (President of Uganda) is his father and that oranges are blue Tony Blair/British Prime Minister - 1997 to 2007 BIBLIOGRAPHY Joe Penhall (born 1967) is a British playwright and screenwriter from London, best known for his award-winning stage play Blue/Orange and the award-winning West End musical Sunny Afternoon. Penhall's writing for theatre has been less frequent than might have been expected after the multi-award-winning success of Blue/Orange (2000), his National theatre writing debut. His follow-up play Dumb Show was staged at the Royal Court Theatre in 2004, focusing on tabloid journalism. Discrimination in policing: police culture and its context Racist beliefs, xenophobic attitudes and racial prejudices remain widespread in British society. While the most overt forms of racism –activism within an extreme right political party (such as the British National Party) and participation in the ‘white power’ movement – is rare, racist attitudes, anti-immigrant feelings and xenophobic values have a deep and powerful well-spring on which to draw. One of the most controversial areas of police targeting relates to the policing of immigration and the people who are defined as ‘immigrants’. During the 1960s and 1970s ‘coloured immigration’ was not only a potent political issue but also one that framed black people’s experiences of policing. Joe Penhall - Christopher (Black male, twenty four years of age, diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder) HE WANTS TO GO HOME - Bruce (White male, in his twenties, Christopher's Psychiatrist) HE WANTS A SECTION 3 - Robert (White male, in his fifties, Senior Consultant) HE ASPIRES TO BE A PROFESSOR NHS in the 2000's - Tony Blair promised to transform the NHS - Too much money put in all the wrong places - Turned the health service into a 'black hole' Blue/Orange “What is the driving force in all plays? The answer is conflict.” Blue/Orange creates conflict in a number of ways. Blue Orange has a black comic edge in the way that it deals with the issues of mental health, class, status and racial prejudices. “Because I’m a Brother?” This is the first moment in Blue/Orange where we realise that racial prejudices will play a significant role. Christopher is using the term ‘Brother’ in its colloquial sense to mean Black. Joe Penhall is delving into the complex issue of Black mental health which ties neatly into the play’s other significant theme, that of racial prejudice. Blue/Orange Bibliography Three Oranges, Three Characters... Themes of the play (Ayckbourn, A. (2014) The Crafty Art of Playmaking, Faber and Faber, London p. 48) "Dialogue, put simply, is characters conveying information verbally - about themselves, about each other, about events.” Alan Ayckbourn

5k in Orange and Blue

Transcript: Student Alumni Association The Auburn Student Alumni Association. We want to create a signature event like AUDM or Relay for Life. We want to incorporate the alumni into this race and give them an event to participate in with students. All proceeds from the run will go towards student scholarships. Registration for the run is $15 for non-SAA/AAA members and $10 for SAA/AAA members. -Raise money for the SAA scholarship fund. 250 runners @ $10= $2,500 250 runners @ $15= $3,750 =$5,750 -Fulfill our promise to students when we sell memberships, which is to build connections with alumni. -Promote SAA and AAA on campus to have a more widespread presence at Auburn. Our Next "Steps": Color Me Auburn 5K Our Goals Why? Inspiration Who? Parade permit signed by the University and the city of Auburn. Gather sponsors for the after-race reception. Work with Communications to design a paper and online application. Also, work with them to design promotional materials to place around campus. Work with Accounting to set up the online payments. Design a t-shirt with Tiger Rags. Purchase cornstarch and food coloring. Rent run timer and runner numbers. Talk to Big Dog Running- prizes for winner and runner-ups. How to make it ours The University of Florida Gator Run : A 5k in Orange and Blue. Hosted by the Cicerones, the alumni hosts for the university. The first year they hosted the event they had over 1,000 runners. They incorporated a philanthropy into the event. They raised funds through registration fees and donations for this philanthropy. Even though they broke even in funds, they still saw this event as a success. What? A 5k that is open to members of the Student Alumni Association, the Auburn Alumni Association, and the community. This "fun run" will include Auburn landmarks with a splash of color, as well as a reception following the run. When? As an opener to football season, we are having the run on Saturday, August 24th at 6:00 p.m. The run will be on the Welcome Week schedule of events as a part of the "end of the week bash." The Center for Student Involvement will promote the run as a major event concluding Welcome Week. Where? The run will begin on the Science Center Concourse on campus where runners will check in. They will run a route on campus that ends back on the Science Center Concourse. Color stations will be scattered throughout the run. There will be a reception following on the front porch of the alumni center where participants will pick up their t-shirts. There will be music, food, and drinks at the reception. We would like to partner with the alumni association to promote the run. With the $2,500 that AAA provides, we will be able to purchase t-shirts for the first 500 registered runners, promotional items, and cornstarch with food coloring. We will also include the AAA logo on all t-shirts and promotional items. How will you help? The Student Alumni Association is the student branch of the Auburn Alumni Association. We want to be the bridge that crosses the gap between students and alumni. With this project, we hope to connect our members with members of the alumni association. With your help, we want to raise money for our scholarship fund to help Auburn students with their tuition. Where does the Alumni Association fit in?

red orange: blue

Transcript: We concluded that there was sugar present in the sugar popsicles, and that there was no sugar present in the sugar free popsicles. Macromolecules: Carbohydrates Purple Popsicle Sugar Free-blue Sugar-yellow Orange Popsicle Sugar Free-blue Sugar-yellow For a postive control test, we used dextrose to see what large amounts of sugar looked like. A person with diabetes who wants to enjoy a popsicle, but cannot intake too much sugar, can eat a sugar free popsicle because they truly are sugar free. Sugars are a type of carbohydrates. What is a Carbohydrate? Diabetes is a group of diseases that result in too much sugar in the blood. Analysis The scale is blue to red. Blue - No Amount of Sugar Red - High Amounts of Sugar 1. Predict colors for your experiments and your control types. 2. Add 1 mL of dextrose to a test tube. 3. Mix the sugar with 10 mL of water in the test tube. 4. Add 2 mL of Benedict’s Solution to the test tube. 5. Put the test tube in a hot water bath for 3-5 minutes. 6. Repeat steps 1-5 with water instead of dextrose. 7. Compare the control positive test (dextrose) with your control negative test (water). 8. Repeat steps 1-5 with 3 different colors of both sugar and sugar free popsicles, replacing the dextrose with the popsicles. For a negative control test, we used distilled water to see what no amount of sugar looked like. Our Experiment Overall Health Carbohydrate: One of the main types of nutrients and the most important source of energy for your body. Red Popsicle Sugar Free-pink Sugar-tan They supply energy and storage of energy for your body to use. Procedures Our Results We saw that the sugar popsicles reacted with the Benedict's Solution to make colors that indicated there was sugar present in the popsicle. We used Benedict's Solution to test the amount of sugar in sugar and sugar free popsicles. The sugar free popsicles reacted with the Benedict's Solution to create colors that indicated there was no sugar present in the popsicle. Conclusion

Orange and Blue Scrimmage

Transcript: Group 11: Matt Welch, Erica Combs, Briana Majus, Keisha Hoskins, & Jordan Ponce Every spring UofI has an orange and blue scrimmage. It is at Memorial Stadium. You can park at E-14 and Assembly Hall lot. There is parking for people with disabilities available at the ARC. It is a leisure activity for the spectators, but for the athletes it serves many purposes. It serves as recreation, a practice, and a team building activity. It also showcases the upcoming season for Illini fans. Development of the football team by brushing up on plays and skills for the spring Produce football fans, having the little kids watch football. Some of the kids who called plays it could develop leadership skills in the future and create a bigger interest in the sport. Teams were split up equally from a draft by the seniors. Game started at 2 pm Marketing: Signs around campus, advertisements on the Illinois football website, article in the Daily Illini. There is a big billboard on University Ave. People: There was mainly Caucasian people there. It was a lot of families with kids. Gender wise there were more men there than women. There weren't many students there at all it was mainly middle aged and a few senior citizens attending the game. We rarely saw any people with disabilities attending the game. In addition: There was a few senior citizens there but not many. One of the seniors we saw had a very difficult time getting up the bleachers even with the help of a family member. We did not see many people who appeared to be of Asian descent at the event other than a group of five. There were some African Americans attending the event. One reason why the turn out was what it was is that not all cultures grow up around football like our country does. Accessibility: Rain really hindered the turnout of the event. There was not a lot of seating that was protected from the rain. Handicap: There was a very steep ramp that was for people of disabilities but it seemed very difficult to get up. There was a lack of seating as well for people with disabilities and even for senior citizens who could not climb the bleachers. We did not expect to see so many families and CU residents. Turnout and Surprises: We did think that students would make up the majority of the spectators but they did not. There were a lot more senior citizens than we expected. Again, rain could have majorly affected the turnout. It was middle class participants. Being in the CU area, this event was free, it is more family friendly, and it is closer to them than a Chicago Bears football game **Those were major reasons we think that the turnout was what it was. Intersectionality Music geared towards younger generation: Dubstep Rap/Hip-Hop Pop A lot of intersectionality between genders But not as much between races. Predominantly Caucasian with an occasional group of African Americans and Asian Americans. Questions? Accomodations Seating capacity- 60,600 people Stadium is dedicated as a memorial to the Illinois Men and Women who died in WWI and WWII Our Analysis Context Memorial Stadium April 14th, 2012 Orange and Blue Scrimmage Our Experience "I haven't seen any accommodations for people with disabilities in our stadium, but I have in pretty much every other one" -Nathan Scheelhaase Person's with Disabilities Accessibility -Very long and steep ramps -Once you enter the actual field area there becomes nothing but stairs -No reserved seat sections for persons with disabilities. -Not very accessible for any certain disability Experience Food and Beverages- -Bottled Soda= $3.50, Regular Soda= $3.00, Large Soda= $4.00, Bottle Water= $3.00 -Hot Dog=$4.00, Popcorn=$3.00, Brisket Sandwich= $7.00, Pulled Pork Sandwich= $6.00, Brat= $4.00. - Alcohol Free zone - Smoke Free environment - Free entrance Workers- -Most of the volunteers working in the stadium were older. We realized the stadium wasn't as accessible as we thought it was. We never had went to a game and analyzed who was or was not there. It was interesting to study and really see what kind of participants showed up for the spring game scrimmage. We also did not notice how family oriented a UofI game was compared to a NFL game. It served as bonding time for Champaign/Urbana residents and football players' families. Unintentional discrimination: people with disabilities because they could not be there and there was no seats. Especially seats protected from the rain. We felt some leisure constraints because we were surrounded around a bunch of families. We had to watch what we said or did in front of younger children. It was much more different than sitting in the student section for the game. Football is historically an American sport. It it not played by other countries. For other cultures, American Football does not exist or isn't as widely viewed. It shows that American Football lacks multiculturalism because it is a sport only played by the United States. The culture embodying the sport is American entirely via the

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