Panel to explore campus life for students with disabilities

Panel to explore campus life for students with disabilities

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What: Panel on Disabilities on Campus

Zebras, a student organization for students with disabilities and chronic illnesses, is holding a panel to discuss and educate students on what it is like to have a disabilities on campus.

Refreshments will be provided. 

Who: All are welcome to come and learn about students with disabilities and their experiences at the university.

When: Wednesday, Nov. 29 from 6-9 p.m.

Where: The Ferguson Student Center Great Hall. 

Why: This is an opportunity for students to gain a wider perspective of student life and what that means for people of different backgrounds. 

Darby McQueen, a senior majoring in social work and Zebras president,  has a passion for this panel. 

"I think it's important [for people to attend] because the reality of the situation is that there are a lot of groups of people pushing for diversity," Zebras said. "People with disabilities tend to get left behind.”

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