Ada talks inclusivity at rochester
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So that was a really meaningful and emotional event. Um, it actually brought up few other points I want to make about Rochester, so I will. The university has a really active, vibrant Jewish population. Now we have kosher in the dining hall is as I mentioned earlier, and there's lots of clubs and just other groups for Jewish students. So at that event, they had people signing along with speaker. Events here there is often someone signing, and we have a very active sign language club and classes. So it's very common to for people who aren't death to at least be kind of conversational in sign language. It kind of speaks to, you know, accessibility around Rochester. Now, I'm just going to head back to my dorm, uh, have a nine. Am attested in on a m. Tomorrow, so I'm probably going to spend the rest of the night studying.