On Oct. 18, new club Diversity in Disability hosted a disability immersion event, “Walk in My Shoes.” Attendees were able to experience visual impairments through glasses, hear different kinds of tinnitus, experience simulated test-taking anxiety and hear from wheelchair users.
By: C.A. PRINTUP and JOHN LARSON Staff Writers A simple trip like one to the bathroom is one often taken for granted by many students. For disabled students and students who have mobility issues, bathroom positions and lack of accessibility can be a major issue. Two students with different levels of mobility, one in a […]