Like I’m Normal: My Weird Disabled Life

by Daisy Jasmine, Staff Writer When I was in junior high school, I—with ample help from my mother—drafted a long introductory letter explaining the details of my hearing loss, and the scale and scope of the accommodations I would need. During the first week of each semester, I would deliver this document to each new […]

Grammar Grief

By, Jessica Knutzon   When One Letter Makes A Difference When writing it is easy to confuse words that differ by only one letter. Below are a few examples of words that have little similar spellings but different meanings. Everyday vs Every Day These are often confused and some people choose to not use every […]