By ABIGAIL WHITTINGTON
The whispers of the audience hushed as four ghostly figures took their place on the dark stage. The lights on the stage came on and the four figures became four women dressed in flowing white gowns. They walked staggered from the front of the stage to the back of the stage, swishing their gowns with occasional instances of performative writhing pain. Then the music began and the women performed a contemporary dance piece.
By EMILY LITTLE Stereotyping is the most predominant and hard to recognize form of bullying in today’s society. A stereotype is passed off as a fact of life, or sometimes even as a compliment, but I beg to differ on …