I gather the purpose of these consoles — maybe a dozen, scattered on pillars throughout the school’s Lowe Dining Hall — was to call for service? I seem to remember seeing some text on at least some of the consoles. I’m curious!
Until next term, I have zero more unmarked assignments. #fistpump
In a final reflection video for a freshman writing class, a student gave a personal shout-out to me and to every classmate over a moody guitar soundtrack, and now apparently I have something in my eye.
An autistic undergraduate has tips for professors and administrators: The fact that my disability, and the accommodations that I require because of it, did not crush my higher-education dreams is a testament to the democratization of higher education. While college is still not accessible to everyone, more and more people are able to attend. Low-income, first-generation, mentally ill, and disabled students now frequently share classrooms with the middle- and upper-class…
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