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Visually impaired professor advocates for the disabled

William Dailey is walking down a packed hallway through throngs of people with his faithful dog Farley, a black lab that helps him navigate the busy campus of Fresno State. Dailey, a professor of gerontology, is visually impaired.

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Budget cuts don’t stop Services for Students with Disabilities

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Buildings pose complications to some

While most students can simply breeze through a doorway to get to class, some students don’t have that luxury. For liberal studies student Jose Ruiz, sometimes getting the door open to get to class is the biggest challenge.

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Guide dogs improve lives at Fresno State

Every morning, a German Shepherd attends a political science class at Fresno State.  Cali, the guide dog, arrives early to every lecture and sits quietly in the front row.  She remains focused and alert.

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Campus mail center works with disabled

Fresno State’s Mail Center may be hidden away from the center of campus, but it is bringing something very unique to the student community, a place that utilizes the help of volunteers who have special needs. The center, located near the corner of Woodrow and Barstow Avenues, has fulfilled the university’s mail needs for more than 15 years.

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