On January 21, the day after President Trump was sworn into office, marches around the globe took place to stand up for women’s rights. Our Co Editor-in-Chief, Meredith Kestel, was in New York at one of the rallies.
By Zhenru Zhang In an effort to help her students become familiar with what it means to live with a disability the Poet Laureate of Iowa, Mary Swander took her graduate poetry class to the Iowa School for the Deaf in Council Bluffs, Iowa. The students were surprised by how the deaf students used movement […]
By Liz Zabel Zach Houborg knew he was gay in middle school. His parents, who are still not accepting of his sexuality, encouraged him to turn to the church, where they believed religion could “save” him. “I kept pushing it off, even though I always knew…no matter how hard I tried, God was not going […]
By Liz Zabel At 9 years old, Clay Gerganus was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. After struggling with the disease for several years, it took his eyesight at age 23. Despite his disability, Gerganus continues to remain optimistic. He believes his blindness has taught him tolerance and has led him to live an overall better […]