Cornish College of the Arts

Le Petit Chouette

I was excited about seeing a student-produced play at Cornish, but sad he didn't have the budget for a terp (it was his thesis). My friend suggested I contact their Disability Support office. "Fat chance," I thought, because I'm not even a registered Cornish student. But I emailed anyway, and their coordinator (Cheryl) blew me away. Not only did she manage to get a terp w/ only several days notice, she attended the play and introduced herself to the terp + deaf audience members! Now that's accessibility for all.

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