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Posts published in February 2019

Transgender in the Academy Workshop

Stephanie Dyke’s Workshop Highlighting the Experience of Gender Variant Professionals: Seattle Colleges and Beyond On Wednesday, February 27th, the Seattle Central Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion hosted a transgender resource workshop for students and employees of Seattle Colleges. In room BE 3212, Stephanie Dykes, Ph.D, created a dialogue focusing…

Review: Unpacking the world of Russian Doll – 4/5

4 STARS OUT OF 5 (Want to know what exactly our star ratings mean? Check out our explanations here) Russian Doll is an American comedy-drama web series created by Natasha Lyonne, Amy Poehler, and Leslye Headland. It premiered February 1, 2019 on Netflix. The series follows Nadia, a woman who repeatedly dies and relives the same night…

Challenging Accessibility: Are Accommodations Working?

Attending college can be stressful and challenging for most students. If you’re a student with disabilities, you face additional challenges unique to your abilities. College campuses nationwide strive to meet American’s With Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements, which include things like elevators and ramps. But not all colleges are meeting the…

Snowpocalypse 2019: Flakey Accessibility For Disabled Folks

Seattle is not built for snow. Despite generally being an accessible city for both disabled and able-bodied individuals, snow and ice throw us into an entirely different ball game. If you are able-bodied, it’s hard enough to manage our steep hills, public transit reroutes, and disruptions in service. For those…