People are targeting individuals, especially women, by personally contacting them with inappropriate content. This is why the project Webwise was created.
The project aims to allow newcomers to counter the negative image seen in media
Congratulations to our Fall 2017 Eyeopener masthead!
Despite conversations surrounding accessible housing, transportation and design being relatively common, accessibility in the fashion industry is not as prevalent
It is not the fact that I can’t walk that disables me, rather it’s the stairs between me and where I want to go; it’s the attitudes of those who consider me less capable because I can’t walk
The Eyeopener has created our first ever accessibility issue. We cover a range of access issues on campus and share some personal stories from some cool individuals
“Despite studying hard and having an academic accommodation that provided her with more time to write, she looked down at her exam and couldn’t make sense of any of the sentences”
“My name is Victoria Lacey, I am 16 years old and I have a very rare, genetic disease called Spinal Muscular Atrophy. As I am getting older and becoming more alert as to how venues deal with disabled fans, I am becoming aware that we are actually very discriminated against”