Tag Archives: disability

The Accessible Experience

Illinois is often regarded as the most accessible campus in the nation. But, how exactly did we deserve this title? For our project, we explored the various levels of how and why we have repeatedly been called the most accessible … Continue reading

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Disability on and around the University of Illinois campus

From the wheelchair athletics at the University of Illinois, to a local prosthetics and orthotics business in Urbana, our team of Jessa Corso, Abraham Koshy, Lauren Mroz and Lucas Wright¬†takes a look at the usually overlooked area of disability in … Continue reading

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Inclusive Illinois: Seeing Past the Disability and Looking at the Person

Inclusive Illinois¬† When the University of Illinois launched their new motto of “Inclusive Illinois,” many believed that this was brought up by the array of events that were tied with race on campus. From the racist tweets against Chancellor Phyllis … Continue reading

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