According to the World Health Organization, 466 million people in the world live with deafness, more than 5% of the world’s population. A consequence of being a minority is often they are misrepresented in the mainstream. What the deaf want to make clear, however, is that they are unashamed of who they are.
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If you listen to some early works of successful artists such as Billie Eilish or Stevie Wonder, despite it perhaps being much different from their later works, you can still recognize why they gained such huge success in the first place. It is that star power, a glow that radiates from them and never fades. One can recognize this same star power when meeting with Vaishalini Sitaraman, also known as her stage name, Vaishalini.
'Missing in Brooks County' provides a nuanced window into the humanitarian crisis at the United States border
"Give me your tired, your poor, / Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, / The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.”
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, a nationwide event that raises funds to help fight against breast cancer, had its annual fundraiser on the morning of Oct. 18. In the age of COVID-19, instead of the usual walk, participants were encouraged to partake in a car parade that spanned the city of Tucson starting at 3050 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Way.
The pandemic has encouraged some University of Arizona students to become their own bosses.