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    Committee for Disabled Students fights for campus renovations

    Picture this; as you’re grabbing a shopping cart from the parking lot, the cart rattles and shakes as you wheel it over to the store. While the feeling is unpleasant momentarily, you find relief as you enter the store, which has even floors. Whereas a physically able person only experiences that brief moment of feeling uncomfortable with a bumpy pathway in the parking lot, this is the reality for physically disabled students on the Queens College campus.              The Committee for Disabled Students (CDS), with the support of the Student Association, is seeking to get the attention of QC’s administration to let them know that campus renovation is a priority. Specifically,…

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    CDS Mission: Nothing is Impossible

    COn April 8, the Committee for Disabled Students (CDS) held a momentous event called “Nothing is Impossible.” The exhibition was held in the gallery on the sixth floor of the Benjamin Rosenthal Library, displaying many different pictures of those with residual limbs persevering and doing what they love in spite of having a disability. CDS is a resource on campus for students with disabilities. They work to make Queens College more accessible, offer tutoring for students who need extra accommodations and infrastructure maintenance and help combat stigma by raising awareness. At this powerful exhibit, a model, singer and two athletes with disabilities were shown in candid photos. The “Nothing is…