Overcoming Disability

Imagine a typical lecture or a day of class. You go to class with a large coffee in hand, sit in your seat, take notes and try to process everything your professor is saying. If it’s a discussion, perhaps you raise your hand to ask questions or give comments.

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UCI Study Provides Helping Hands

Howard is not tall, or handsome, or daunting. He is small and delicate, his every intricacy exposed. He is a thin white and gray skeleton flecked with soft, dark strips that hang like flesh off his reptilian physique. He is cold to the touch. Howard directs, instructs, and heals. He is strong when others are weak.

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Retail Slave For You

I can vividly recall the worst day of my life as a working adult. My alarm sounded promptly at 5:00 a.m. The sky was still dark, and I dreaded the day ahead. The reason for this dread is a feeling that any retail employee can understand: I was working on Black Friday.

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UCI Dining Geared for Growth

College campuses are filled with hungry students craving delicious, affordable food. Luckily, UCI Hospitality and Dining Services are more than ready to meet that need. While most students were away during the summer, several important dining changes took place on campus. The most obvious is the addition of Panda Express, Jamba Juice and Wahoo’s Fish Taco in the Student Center. Wahoo’s is still under construction with a grand opening on Oct. 12.

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