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Review: Disciples

Disciples welcomes its audience to a sensory experience — full of color, dance, and sound. This imaginative show is an earnest celebration of movement and the body. Disciples sets out…

Disability and Theatre

For most people, theatre is a space of creation, community, and voice. Theatre means a neutral environment to pursue your love of creativity and finding identity. For people with disabilities,…

“It is our responsibility to advocate alongside disabled students”: Confronting ableism at our university

We live in a society that is deeply, distinctly, institutionally ableist. To many able-bodied or neurotypical people, this canker of ableism seems hidden beneath the surface: they don’t have to…

Getting Diagnosed With ADHD At University: What I’ve Learned

The average age of diagnosis for a child with ADHD is between 6 and 12 years old. I wasn’t diagnosed until I was 18 and a first year at university,…

Who’s who in the Disabled Students’ Liberation Officer campaign

This year’s student elections have kicked off and many have been wondering who to vote for. Often, most of the attention is given to the EUSA President and VP races;…

The highs and lows of TV dating

CW: ableism The spectacle of TV dating exploded onto our screens with The Undateables in 2012, followed by First Dates in 2013 and Naked Attraction in 2016. These shows all…

“Despite the effect it has on my life, I am not defined by my illness”

I have still not fully come to terms with the fact that I have a disability. At 17 years of age, I did not think I would find myself at…

Doing lots of exercise will not solve all of your problems

Content warning: mention of bulimia, transphobia and ableism Let’s talk about exercise. It can be a scary topic for us, recovering bulimics with gym addictions. Gyms are highly competitive, intimidating…