For years, college students followed the same start-of-the-semester ritual: trudge to the bookstore, load up on textbooks and empty the checking account in a single transaction.
“And the conversation would go something like this, ‘You know, Aimee, you’re very attractive. You don’t look disabled.’ I thought, Well, that’s amazing, because I don’t feel disabled.” — Aimee Mullins, athlete, actress and fashion model
In Abbe Turner’s family, dinnertime is a chance to connect, to share, to laugh or commiserate.
Usually, the brick path lining Acorn Alley in Kent is a popular destination for students at the nearby university.