We kicked off 2016 working with Academic Advisors at CU Boulder. The group wanted us to help explore Race, Gender and Class in Higher Education so that they could deliver the best service to students. We performed a scene between a staff person and a student employee. During our question and answer segment, one of the characters said about the other, “Just because your sentence ends with a question mark, doesn’t mean you’re curious.” That received quite a reaction from the group. And gave us all something to think about. How can we stay curious? Especially during a time when there is so much debate, how do we remain curious about another’s perspective and experience?