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From the Editor: Lindsay Kerr is a senior at California State University Long Beach (CSULB) in the Liberal Studies Program. In addition to being a senior at CSULB, she works in her Students with Disabilities Office as the Instructional Materials and Technology Consultant. Her career goal is to be a teacher of blind students. … Continue reading Braille with Five Fingers by Lindsay Kerr →
Conquering the Kitchen: Cooking Tips and Favorite Student Recipes by Hunter Kuester and Jonathan Zobek
From the Editor:Cooking is a practical necessity, but it can also be a fun form of creativity. Two students share their favorite recipes, tips, and tricks below. This info is helpful as we prepare for the the holidays and beyond!Hunter Kuester studies restaurant management at Minneapolis college. He fell in love with cooking in high… Continue reading Conquering the Kitchen: Cooking Tips and Favorite Student Recipes by Hunter Kuester and Jonathan Zobek →
Monica Wegner is a third year law student who attends school in Minneapolis, MN. Monica currently serves as a board member for NABS and also as the chair of the NABS Diversity and Inclusion Committee. In the diversity and inclusion space, we often refer to the term privilege. It can apply to many things: race,… Continue reading On Privilege and Allyship by Monica Wegner →
Awaited Answers: An Introduction to Adaptive Sports and Accessible Athletics by Matthew Duffell-Hoffman and Francesco Magisano
From the editor: Sometimes participating in sports can be intimidating and even isolating. This month, we hear from Matthew Duffell-Hoffman, a student at South Carolina University who actively participates in martial arts, and Francesco Magisano, who serves as both the Director of TriAchilles and a competitor for team USA. Each of these blind athletes reminds… Continue reading Awaited Answers: An Introduction to Adaptive Sports and Accessible Athletics by Matthew Duffell-Hoffman and Francesco Magisano →
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