In case you were wondering, I enjoy:

  • Pina Coladas
  • Getting caught in the Rain
  • I'm not into Yoga
  • I only have half-of-a-brain

Now, for other information. My name is Chris Acy and I'm a sophmore here at Lawrence. I am in the Double degree Program, as a music education and biology student. I play the bassoon, and am an intern at the Denver Zoo over the holidays. If you would like to know more about me, feel free to use this website: http://www.google.com

Wiki Projects

I explored the wiki page about hearing disabilities in children, and I discovered that children with hearing disabilities with non-imparied parents typically, “…even with poor learning conditions, deaf children will develop both deictic and representational gestures that are similar to those of typically hearing children.” They article does not state if these occur at the same rate, but it's intreseting that hearing is not required to learn these behaviors. If you would like to read more, please visit: Milestones of Hearing-Impaired Infants with Non-impaired Parents