By RACHEL FINSTON
When I met my best friend, I had no idea how much we had in common. We have government employee parents, we are both vegetarians and we both have disabled older brothers.
By ASHLEY RIGGLESON
Disabled students attending the University of Mary Washington know that, in some ways, accommodations on campus are sorely lacking. While I have never had issues with academic accommodations and have always found my professors to be very understanding about disabilities, campus is often physically impossible to navigate for students with mobility impairments.
By NIA BENTALL
A new blog named (dis)Ability, published on the University of Mary Washington’s blog site last semester, provides an extension of support for students with disabilities on campus. The site is meant to be an outlet for students …