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The Tufts Daily
Where you read it first | Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Ray Bernoff


Accessibility at Tufts: For students with physical disabilities, the Hill is far from an ideal campus

When senior computer science (CS) major Sam Slate hurt his leg playing basketball the summer of his sophomore year, he thought he’d be back to normal in no time. But what seemed like a simple injury turned into chronic pain that makes it hard for him to walk or stand. As his injury developed into a disability, he’s had to relearn how to get around campus safely, and asking for help from Tufts administration was harder than he’d hoped. From a handicap parking pass to access to academic buildings, Slate has struggled to get what he needs to succeed here.

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