Disability Fair recognizes Disability Awareness Month

Madison Zuleski, La Verne Buddies president; Syndri Alvarez, La Verne Buddies vice president; Deja Duong, accessibility services intern; Mackay MorganArmstrong, junior kinesiology major; Andrea Reyes, director of accessibility services; and Dakota Bechtel, student assistant for accessibility services, brought therapy dogs to campus to visit with students Tuesday at the Disability Mini Fair in Sneaky Park. The fair included information on resources and informative material in recognition of Disability Awareness Month. / photo by Brady Keegan
Madison Zuleski, La Verne Buddies president; Syndri Alvarez, La Verne Buddies vice president; Deja Duong, accessibility services intern; Mackay MorganArmstrong, junior kinesiology major; Andrea Reyes, director of accessibility services; and Dakota Bechtel, student assistant for accessibility services, brought therapy dogs to campus to visit with students Tuesday at the Disability Mini Fair in Sneaky Park. The fair included information on resources and informative material in recognition of Disability Awareness Month. / photo by Brady Keegan

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