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The Search in Finding Housing: A Never Ending Hunt?

Photograph by Eli Pousson, 2018 March 6.

Happy New Year to all! The holidays may be behind us, but the saying ’tis is the season is still pertinent for many students. Why? This is definitely the season for house hunters! The first few months of 2020 are critical for finding

Posted in Accessibility, Built environments, Disability, Kingston, New Students, Uncategorized

Challenges Faced in Winter Wonderlands

Ice on tree branches

I cannot believe that December is already creeping upon us. While I appreciate this time of year, I develop a new sense of agony because I know that snow is likely to appear sooner or later. I still remember, as

Posted in Accessibility, Built environments, Disability

Through My Dog’s Eyes: Navigating Grad School with My Service Animal

White standard poodle is in a sitting position beside owner who is in kneeling position. Both are sitting on a white blanket, facing water with trees reflecting on it.

Hi everyone! My name is Chloée, and I am currently in the first year of my MA program. Through my blog series, I will attempt to provide a broad scope of my experience as a disabled student. In this first

Posted in Accessibility, Disability, Service Animals

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