Seph’s Survival Guide to College Living – Roommates

Onondaga Community College is a social college. Students from all over the world attend class here in little old Syracuse, alongside those who’ve never left Onondaga county in their life. We didn’t get as far as we have without being social and outgoing.

Personally, I’m a quiet guy. My definition of a good Friday night is to pull my chair up to my desk with a mug of tea and play some games on my computer. However, to lower my student debt, I’ve taken to living in triple-occupancy suites. For a guy like me, it’s a new experience to suddenly have two other guys I communicate with, face-to-face, on a daily basis, outside of the classroom.

If you find yourself in a similar position, don’t panic. I’ll list a few rules to abide by to get along with your roommates and have a safe and productive college experience.

  • Communication – In this day and age, sending a text to a friend is as simple and autonomous as breathing. However, maybe your roommate doesn’t want to share their phone number, or perhaps they don’t even use a phone. How to proceed?

    My friends, let me introduce you to a revolutionary new idea called ‘talking’. Yup, good ol’ verbal communication. Sit down and talk to your roommates. Let them know what’s bothering you, discuss whose turn it is to take out the trash, or (politely!) explain how their loud music interrupts your studying.
  • Cleanliness – I know, you’re a young, attractive 18-year old, barely out of your teens and finally out from under the tyrannical rule of your parents. But guess what? You stink. Literally. And your roommates don’t really want to live in a room with dirty socks and underwear thrown on every chair!

    I know that you’re probably not as bad as that, but seriously, college is the perfect time to learn how to take care of yourself in a safe environment. Shower regularly, clean up your messes, throw your clothes in the laundry, and don’t forget to wash behind the ears. Do these things, and you’ll get along with your roommates just fine.

  • Orderliness – Related to the above, making sure that everything has its own place is essential to cohabitation. If you have a dresser, fill it with clothes. If you have a hamper, put your dirty things in there as soon as you finish changing. Keep trash in the trashcan, and put your books back in the bag when you’re finished with homework. No one likes tripping over your guitar in the middle of the night on the way to the bathroom.

  • Headphones – A little out of left-field, but a good set of headphones or earbuds goes a long way towards keeping peace with your roommates. Your music may be amazing, and your favorite YouTube video super entertaining, but most people aren’t exactly thrilled to hear the audio blasting from your speaker.

Keep to these rules, and your experience in the Residence Halls will be just fine. Remember, it’s only four semesters for an Associate degree in your field of study. I’m sure that you can spend a few months of the year living in peace with your fellow students.

Seph’s Survival Guide to College Living – A Blueprint or Two

So you’ve decided to apply for a room in the Residence Halls, or maybe it’s your second year, and you’re sticking around for the long haul. Congratulations! But one question that might be on your mind is, Seph, I know what room I have and what building I’m in, but what do these rooms look like? How much space do I have?

Well, anonymous reader, it just so happens that I’ve lived in two different Residence Halls during my time here: Shapiro Hall and Residence Hall B. The way I figure it, I can tell you exactly what to expect if you end up going to either one of these buildings. How many rooms, where are the bathrooms, who to talk to when that guy down the halls gets a bit too loud with his weekend party…

Shapiro Hall

Formerly known as H3 (some of the bus drivers and older staff will refer to it this way, so don’t get confused), the hall is a big, white stone building right next to Mulroy Hall on the outskirts of campus. Well, it’s separated from Mulroy Hall by a small patch of woods, but there’s a path around back that’ll take you right there, no sweat.

The front door is conveniently located right in front of the building, on the driving circle where the Lazer Line shuttle drops off students. Though there are doors on the sides facing the two parking lots, if you open them, the fire alarm goes off, and you’ll end up having a conversation with the RHA. Inside is the security office, where they’ll ask for your OCC ID card, and then let you into the Hall proper.

The first thing you’ll see is a big, metal elevator. Though it creaks and groans like a grouchy old man, it’ll get you to where you’re going, or you can use one of the two stairwells on either side of the building. Shapiro has four floors, though confusingly, the main entrance is located on the second floor. You can thank Onondaga Hill for the headache it causes every time you accidently press 1 in the elevator.

The second, third, and fourth floors all have pretty much the same layout. There’s a common area on all three floors with a water fountain, a soda machine, two big TVs, a sink, and a few comfy couches spread around. You’ll often find at least one student in there, watching TV or taking a nap. There are two big bathrooms on either side of the building, one for guys and one for girls, with two single-occupancy bathrooms in between. There’s also a kitchenette, but it’s really just a sink, an oven, and a microwave.

The second floor is where the RA office is located, in case you get locked out of your room (don’t worry, everyone does it their first semester). There’s also a small gym on the first floor, right next to the laundromat, just in case you don’t feel like making your way to the YMCA.

Residence Hall B

Located right between A and C, Residence Hall B is primarily for returning students. You guys get the cushy treatment, as B is the apartment-style housing. This means that you share what amounts to a decently-sized apartment with a few other people. Nice!

There’s ample parking space for those three Residence Halls, and the Lazer Line shuttle shows up regularly as well. Once you go in the front doors, the security booth will let you into the hall further. To your right is the laundry room, which boasts six washers and dryers each. To your left is the RA counter, where there is usually someone who can help you out.

Across from the RA counter is the elevator and the stairs. They’ll get you where you need to go, and since there are only 3 floors, you never have to walk that far to get where you need to go. On each floor, the hallway is straight, so you can see straight through to each side, where a secondary stairwell is located. Each room has a main door, which leads to the kitchen area. The kitchen has a small den room, and a hallway that leads to the bedrooms and bathrooms.

The kitchen is spacious, with a full-sized fridge, oven, and sink, lots of counter and cabinet space, and even a washing machine, though you’ll need to get your own soap. The den has a couch, two chairs, a coffee table, and a stand that can fit a huge TV for Game Night. There are two bathrooms in the hall, and two closets for storing anything you can’t fit in your room.

Speaking of rooms, there are three singles and one triple-occupancy. I live in a triple, which has three beds, three wardrobes, and three desks. The walls and doors are pretty thick, so the most you’ll get is muffled music from a noisy neighbor, and you can’t even hear the other students, unless they knock on the door. Don’t forget to attend the ceremonial burning of the room, where the college building a fake room in the parking lot and burns it down as a warning of what might happen should you start a fire!

While I can’t say much about A and C, I hope this helps you get an idea of what they layout of your Hall will be like. Life in the Halls can be pretty hectic, but it’s a lot of fun at the same time, and I hope that you’ll have a wonderful time while you study too!

Seph’s Survival Guide to College Living – Packing for Success

My name is Seph, and I’m a Computer Science geek living on-campus in Residence Hall B. This is my third semester at Onondaga Community College, and compared to how I was when I first enrolled here, I’ve figured out the dos and don’ts of living on campus. Let’s our series with the topic of packing!

While there is a packing list on the website, with suggested materials to bring to the residence halls on your first day, I prefer to use my own list. Having been in most of the halls over the semesters, I have a short list of the essentials that every student should own:

There’s no such thing as over-packing for college.

  • Personal food utensils. I’m talking plate and bowl here, fine china (or go cheap and get a set from the dollar store). While you can get away with plastic forks and spoons from the cafeteria, nothing beats having a sturdy plate for that leftover pizza in the fridge, or a bowl of cereal at midnight. Something easy to wash and dry, that can be shoved into a cupboard until needed. And if you’re a tea-drinker like me, a good mug is indispensable.
  • Pot. No, not the drug. A good, sturdy pot for boiling water is a great asset to a college student. Let me tell you, when midnight rolls around and the cafeteria is closed, but you have a mountain of homework to do and your stomach is grumbling, a bowl of ramen is a godsend. And remember, boiled water is perfect for a spot of tea!
  • Blankets and Pillows. Though you’ll get a mattress with the bed, that’s about it. And I doubt that a single, flimsy pillow will give your neck the proper support that it needs for a decent night’s rest. Be sure to throw in a few blankets. Better to have a nest of blankets than be shivering through the night during the Spring semester.
  • Clothing. No duh, Sherlock. What I’m talking about goes beyond the sweat pants and Uggs. If you didn’t know, this is New York. Expect constant snowfall during the winter and blazing sunshine at all other times. Pack to dress accordingly.

Residence Halls A, B, & C

  • Trashcan. Make sure to get trash bags as well. Nothing ruins the whole ‘college feel’ so much as a mountain of empty soda bottles and candy wrappers sitting on the kitchen counter. A wastebin for the bathroom also goes a long way towards keeping used Q-Tips off of the floors.
  • Toilet Brush. I have no words for this one. The bathrooms in my dorm have their own plungers for the occasional clog, but no brush for cleaning. Toilet cleaner is a must as well. And don’t forget the TP!

Shapiro Hall

  • Carpet/Mat. The floors in Shapiro are linoleum, and can get quite cold. A nice, large mat or small carpet works wonders on the cold winter nights. A set of slippers also helps for when you need to head to the bathroom.

Bug spray. It’s a sad fact, but Fall is Stink Bug season, and those little suckers manage to get into every locked room. Some Raid on hand helps to kill them off.

What’s Happening for Week 16 of Spring Classes at OCC

We’re almost there, friends! Time to de-stress with a rowdy game of dodgeball on the Quad, or pet some cute animals in Coulter Library, before gathering our strength for one more serious push! Just one week left until finals, and then it’ll all be behind us!

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

11:30 AM – 1:30 PM, Main Campus Quad, Quad Dodge Ball

  • Get physical with a spirited game of dodgeball, weather permitting!

4:30 PM – 6:30 PM, Storer Auditorium, Resilience: The Biology of Stress & Science of Hope

  • Viewing of the movie and panel discussion.

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

11:15 AM – 12:15 PM, Coulter Lobby, De-Stress Fest

  • Stop by and chill! Grab a snack and pet a dog, play giant games and enter our raffle for prizes!

Friday, May 10, 2019

7:00 PM – 11:00 PM, Allyn Hall Gym, Throwback Roller Skating

  • Event held in SRC.

What’s Happening for Week 15 of Spring Classes at OCC

Even though this week is light on activities, don’t let that stop you from relaxing in between study sessions for finals. Remember, the last day of classes is Tuesday, May 14th, and finals week runs from Wednesday, May 15th to Tuesday, May 21st. Be sure to check out the OCC Players’ performance of Picasso at the Lapin Agile this Friday and Saturday for your daily allowance of fun and laughs!

Monday, April 29, 2019

10:00 AM – 1:00 PM, Coulter Lobby, Seasonal Job Fair Sponsored by the Department of Labor

  • Bring copies of your resume and come professionally dressed.

11:15 AM – 12:15 PM, Mawhinney M345, Immigration Then and Now: What the Past Can Tell Us About Today’s Immigration Politics”

  • Dr. Elizabeth Cohen, Associate Professor of Political Science and Senior Research Associate with the Campbell Public Affairs Institute, will be giving a lecture on immigration politics.

5:00 PM, Lazer Lounge, Movie Night: “Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse”

  • Come to the lounge to watch the hit new blockbuster for free!

Friday, May 3, 2019

11:15 AM – 12:10 PM, OCC Main Campus Quad, Holi Celebrations at OCC!

  • Celebrate the festival of colors and spring!

11:30 AM, Storer Auditorium, Picasso at the Lapin Agile

  • The OCC Players are performing “Picasso at the Lapin Agile,” a comedy by Steve Martin. There will be four performances.

8:00 PM, Storer Auditorium, Picasso at the Lapin Agile

  • The OCC Players are performing “Picasso at the Lapin Agile,” a comedy by Steve Martin. There will be four performances.

Saturday, May 4, 2019

2:00 PM, Storer Auditorium, Picasso at the Lapin Agile

  • The OCC Players are performing “Picasso at the Lapin Agile,” a comedy by Steve Martin. There will be four performances. This performance will be ASL signed for the Hearing Impaired and Deaf Community.

8:00 PM, Storer Auditorium, Picasso at the Lapin Agile

  • The OCC Players are performing “Picasso at the Lapin Agile,” a comedy by Steve Martin. There will be four performances.

What’s Happening for Week 14 of Spring Classes at OCC

What’s up, guys, this is Seph with your weekly news update. This week is Math appreciation week, and we’ll have a math-related event every day around noon. Be sure to also check out the Asian Pacific American Book Display in Coulter Library, which will be displayed all this week.

Don’t forget that April’s Maker Challenge is to make a library-themed Lego masterpiece in celebration of National Library Week. Use the Legos provided in the Makerspace or share a photo on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #OCCmakers. All entries received by April 29 will be entered into a drawing for an iTunes or Google Play gift card.

Monday, April 22, 2019

11:00 AM – 12:15 PM, Mawhinney M245, Math Magic Monday

  • Event for Math Appreciation Week.

11:10 AM – 12:12 PM, Ann Felton Multicultural Center, Asian Pacific Cultural Sampler

  • Stop by to enjoy Asian/South Asian food and drinks, sample board games from other countries, practice Asian name writing and calligraphy, and much more!

11:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Storer Auditorium, Red Cross Blood Drive

  • Do your part and donate blood!

11:00 AM – 12:15 PM, Gordon Bistro, #YouMatter

  • Brandon DeFrancesco has struggled with mental health issues his entire life. Hear his powerful message and learn why he’s now starting the #YouMatter campaign.

5:00 PM, SRC Arena, Faculty vs Students Basketball Tournament Fundraiser

  • Admission is $2 OR you can bring a canned food item and $1. All canned food goes to the Community Care Hub. See an act by the Below Zero Step Club at halftime! Prizes are available.

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

11:00 AM – 12:15 PM, Mawhinney M245, Tomfoolery Tuesday

  • Event for Math Appreciation Week. Includes math-related jokes!

11:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Storer Auditorium, Red Cross Blood Drive

  • Do your part and donate blood!

4:00 PM, OCC Liverpool Campus, OCC @ Liverpool Book Club

  • Join OCC @ Liverpool’s Book Club for this month’s discussion of “The Goldfinch,” a novel by Donna Tartt. Interested in the movie? Read the book first!

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

11:00 AM – 12:15 PM, Mawhinney M245, Wacky Wednesday

  • Event for Math Appreciation Week. Discussion about famous mathematicians and some of their contributions!

11:10 AM – 12:20 PM, Mawhinney M113, Talk & Discussion: “Sino-American Education”

  • Professors Richard Blankenship and David Guo discuss Eastern and Western Drama as well as give an overview of Higher Education in China. Light refreshments will be served.

Thursday, April 25, 2019

11:00 AM – 12:15 PM, Mawhinney M245, Math Movie Trivia Thursday

  • Event for Math Appreciation Week.

6:30 PM – 7:30 PM, Mawhinney M345, Panel Discussion: Be An Ally – Using ASL in Various Careers

  • Panel discussion with professionals who use ASL in their careers to work as allies of the Deaf community. ASL-English interpretation provided.

Friday, April 26, 2019

9:00 AM – 10:00 AM, Coulter Library C116, Book Signing with Laurie Halse Anderson

  • Meet-n-Greet with OCC Graduate and Bestselling Author Laurie Halse Anderson.

11:15 AM – 12:30 PM, SRC Events Center, Speaking Up About Hard Things: Laurie Halse Anderson ‘81

  • Listen to Laurie share stories that impacted her life; Uncover the power of literature to help develop empathy, resilience, and moral courage; Discover what she has learned from her readers. Attendees will be entered to win a signed copy of Laurie’s new book Shout! Admission is free.

11:00 AM – 12:15 PM, Mawhinney M245, Funky Friday

  • Event for Math Appreciation Week. Includes music and math!

11:10 AM – 12:20 AM, Ann Felton Multicultural Center, Bollywood Dance and Henna

  • Part of Asian Pacific American Heritage Celebration 2019.

What’s Happening for Week 13 of Spring Classes at OCC

Hey guys, we’ve officially made it to the last month of classes. Finals are right around the corner, so make sure to study hard and play fast, and what better way to relax than to check out one of the ASL and Deaf History Month events this week? Remember, Final Exams start on Wednesday, May 15th, so crack open a textbook and get to reading!

April’s Maker Challenge is in celebration of National Library Week. Come down to the Makerspace to create a library-themed Lego masterpiece, or share a photo of your creation on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #OCCmakers. All entries received by April 29th will be entered into a drawing for an iTunes or Google Play gift card.

Monday, April 15, 2019

11:00 AM – 2:00 PM, Gordon Great Room, SUNY’s Got Your Back

  • Students, faculty, staff, and community members are invited to come down and create comfort kits for the victims and survivors of violence, and learn methods of better prevention and response to violence.

11:15 AM – 12:30 PM, Coulter C204, PTK General Meeting

  • All current and newly invited members are invited to join the general meeting.

11:15 AM – 12:15 PM, Mawhinney M104, Presentation: Is There An Interpreter In Your Classroom?

  • Questions will be answered on the expectations of teachers, students, and interpreters when there are deaf or otherwise hearing impaired students in the classroom. ASL-English interpretation will be provided.

Attention: All applications for the Rob Edson Scholarship Award for Leadership and Excellence are due on Monday, April 15th, 2019.

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

11:15 AM – 12:30 PM, Coulter C204, PTK Member Fellowship Event

  • A potluck lunch for every member to enjoy. Please bring a dish if possible and come for a good time with your fellow members. Restricted to PTK membership only.

11:15 AM – 12:15 PM, Coulter C340C, 3D Printer Certification Workshop

  • As a part of the Spring 2019 Makerspace events, come get certified with the wonderful technology of 3D printing! Co-sponsored with the Office of Student Leadership and Engagement.

11:15 AM – 12:15 PM, Mawhinney Fishbowl, ASL Lunch

  • Lunch will be served in recognition of ASL and Deaf History month.

Thursday, April 18, 2019

6:00 PM – 8:30 PM, Mawhinney M245, Family ASL Movie Night: “Legend of the Mountain Man” (PG)

  • Bring the family to watch an all-Deaf movie! Subtitled for non-signing audience members.

Friday, April 19, 2019

6:00 PM – 9:00 PM, Fairmount Panera Bread, Deaf Coffee Chat

  • Socialize with members of the Deaf community and fellow ASL students.

Saturday, April 20, 2019

1:00 PM, Chuck Wilber Field, Lazers for the Cure: OCC Lazers vs Hudson Valley CC

  • The Onondaga Men’s Lacrosse team will be hosting the first annual “Lazers for the Cure” event to benefit the Carol Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund. The vent will include raffle baskets and a 50/50 drawing.

What’s Happening for Week 12 of Spring Classes at OCC

Hey guys, it’s that time of the semester again: Unity Day is this Wednesday! Let’s all celebrate the cohesion that binds us by studying hard together. Finals are only a few weeks away, so make sure to tackle the hard questions now so you won’t have to worry about them later.

Dr. Kevin Moore will be holding a FREE piano recital in P100 on Sunday, April 7, at 2:30PM. Come on down to be serenaded by the majesty of Schubert, Mozart, and Brahms.

Monday, April 8th, 2019

10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, #FreeIfYouCanFindMeOCC

  • It’s the last #FreeIfYouCanFindMeOCC of the semester! Come out and get asome

5:00 PM – 9:00 PM, Business Club Fundraiser, 3600 W Genessee St

  • Come on down to Chipotle Mexican Grill and get connected!

Tuesday, April 9th

2:00 PM, “Conceal/Reveal: Invisible Burka” by Nabil Mousa, featuring film screening, artist talk and reception, Gordon Great Room

  • Arts Across Campus presents the world premiere of the sculptural installation “Conceal/Reveal: Invisible Burka” by Syrian-American artist and human rights activist Nabil Mousa. The event will feature a film screening, artist talk and reception. Mousa says, “I make art in the name of social justice, reflecting upon my journey as an artist and a citizen. I am an artist. I am an American. I am an Arab. I am a gay man. I am an activist. I am a peacemaker.” The event will take place in the Gordon Great Room and refreshments will be served.

Wednesday, April 10th, 2019

10:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Unity Day, OCC Main Campus,

  • Unity is Strength, Division is Weakness. Join us for a chance to win one of such prizes as 23&Me Ancestry Kits, Apple Watches, Gift Cards, and much more!

Thursday, April 11th, 2019

12:30 – 2:00 PM, Our Own Veils: Revealing Our Personal Identities, Gordon Great Room

  • In association with the exhibition “Conceal/Reveal: Invisible Burka,” Arts Across Campus presents “Our Own Veils: Revealing Our Personal Identities,” a panel discussion featuring Syrian-American artist and Human Rights activist Nabil Mousa and students from the refugee and immigrant communities and the LGBTQIA+ community; moderated by Chris Kukenberger, Professor of Art (refreshments provided).

What’s Happening for Week 11 of Spring Classes at OCC

Week 11 Blog article

We’ve made it to April, my fellow students! Feel free to check out one of the events this week, and don’t forget to prank someone on Monday for April Fools Day! Also, April is ASL/Deaf History Month, so check out the ASL & Deaf History Display in Mawhinney Hall.

April is also Alcohol Awareness Month, and the Onondaga Cares About Prevention group is holding a poster designing contest until April 22nd. A team of up to 3 students can craft a poster about Drunk Driving, How Drugs Affect Schooling, or How Alcohol Affects Relationships. Winners get a catered party in the Lazer Lounge. Posterboard can be picked up from Sarah Hartman in Gordon G220L.

Monday, April 1st, 2019

10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, OCC Main Campus, #FreeIfYouCanFindMe

  • Check Instagram for a clue to finding free food or other gifts somewhere on campus!

Attention: Monday marks the beginning of Registration for the 2019-2020 Fall Semester for New Students.

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019

11:15 AM – 12:15 AM, Mawhinney M345, Presentation: Double Discrimination

  • Come down and learn how ableism and racism impact the Deaf community. ASL-English interpretation provided.

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019

11:15 AM – 12:15 AM, Mawhinney Fishbowl, ASL Lunch

  • Lunch will be served in Mawhinney to celebrate Deaf History Month.

What’s Happening for Week 10 of Spring Classes at OCC

Week 10 for Spring 2019 Blog Article

What’s up guys, and welcome back from Spring Break. I sincerely hope you had fun and are now refreshed and ready to focus on your learning. I know it’s early, but there’s no better time to start preparing for finals than right now. Hit up the Learning Center if you’re struggling and be sure to check out one of the events this week while you’re at it!

Monday, March 25th, 2019

11:15 AM – 12:15 PM, Gordon Bistro, “My Mic Sounds Nice: The Truth About Women in Hip Hop”

  • Ava DuVernay’s documentary explores the history, struggle, and legacy of the women in Hip Hop and Rap. Popcorn will be served. Door prizes available.

11:15 AM – 12:15 PM, Coulter C204, Phi Theta Kappa General Meeting

  • General meeting of Phi Theta Kappa, current and newly invited members welcome.

Tuesday, March 26th, 2019

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM, Ferrante F283, Disparities in Healthcare: Cardiovascular Health

  • During this one hour lecture, we will review cardiovascular health and analyze a few disparities in terms of its management and diagnosis.

Wednesday, March 27th, 2019

11:15 AM – 12:15 PM, Mawhinney M104, American Sign Language Club

  • All welcome! Join us!!

11:15 AM – 12:15 PM, Coulter C204, Phi Theta Kappa Leadership Meeting

  • Build your resume and soft skills to prepare you to become more competitive for the job market and/or transfer.

11:15 AM – 12:15 PM, Coulter C340C, 3D Printer Certification Workshop

  • Hosted by the Makerspace.

11:15 AM – 12:15 PM, Mawhinney M345, Women and Hip Hop

  • Join a panel discussion about the history and current state of women in Hip Hop, featuring “Cardi B’s Rise to the Top.” Door prizes available.

11:15 AM – 12:15 PM, Mawhinney M245, Working in a Man’s World

  • Listen to the experiences of OCC alumni who have chosen careers in male-dominated occupations in the United States.

10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, OCC Main Campus, #FreeIfYouCanFindMe

  • Check Instagram for a clue to finding free food or other gifts somewhere on campus!

9:30 AM – 4:00 PM, Celebrate Equal Rights & Women’s History Bus Trip

  • Take a one-day bus trip to the Harriet Tubman home and the NYS Equal Rights Heritage Center in Auburn, NY, as well as the Women’s History Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls. Bring a brown bag lunch. Open to all staff, students and faculty. Reserve your seat by contacting Nancy Carr @ (315) 498-2834 or Free to all students.

Thursday, March 28th, 2019

6:00 PM – 7:30 PM, Mawhinney M345, Deaf Women Professionals: Challenges and Triumphs

  • Deaf women professionals will discuss their experiences working and communicating in the workplace. Moderated by Professor Rebecca Dadey.