A non-stop fight for independence to the rhythm of piano

Campbell Grousbeck (California, 1992) is one of the members of the Threshold program, a two-year program for young adults with special needs and diverse learning challenges. He is in the Early Childhood path and will join the Transition program in Fall, when he will move to an apartment with two friends and will keep working…

“I was told that I was not college material”

Selase W. Williams, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, was the keynote speaker at the Unity Gala, celebrated on April 28. Williams received the Community Leader Award for inspiring social change on campus and beyond. His contributions were essential for the development of the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Student Inclusion. We share here…

“My life is no longer in my country of origin”

Editor’s note: Raising voices decided to publish this story as anonymous based on the uncertainty about the new immigration rules and in order to protect the student. My mother was a strong resilient woman who had to make many difficult decisions when it came to her two daughters, my sister and I. She knew there…