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Western Accessibility Awareness Month continues today with a presentation that will look at society’s reactions to people with disability doing ordinary things in the media. We'll also learn how we can be a better ally when we confronted such reaction.

Inspiration porn presentation

February 21, 2018, 12:00pm - February 21, 2018, 3:00pm

Inspirational stories are ever popular and the ones with that 'special person' doing something amazing gets spread like wildfire. The only problem is, the person in the story isn’t 'special' and they weren't doing anything amazing other than just going about their life. The person in the story just has a disability and was just making a sandwich. Sounds familiar? This presentation will looks at society’s reactions to people with disabilities doing ordinary things and how we can be a better allies. Join us for the lunch and learn series for Western Accessibility Awareness Month (WAAM) Presenter: Rian Gayle, M.A. Office of Disability Services, Accommodations Coordinator Western Oregon University

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We're just two weeks away from our annual Giving Day. Your support makes an enormous difference in the lives of our students. wou.edu/givingday

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With this weekend's winter scare, we asked students in this week's #WolfBites question, "What would your ideal snow day look like?"

If you were void of responsibilities for the day and surrounded by beautiful snowy scenery, what would you do?

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KWOU is Western Oregon University’s student-run internet radio station. Featuring DJs who are students and interesting programs, interviews and specials, KWOU is emerging as WOU students’ favorite radio station! wou.edu/kwou/

Northwest Passage

The Northwest Passage is WOU’s campus literary and arts publication, published twice each academic year. We take submissions for stories, poetry, photography and more. wou.edu/northwestpassage/


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