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Minute for Mission: Fort Lauderdale Quotarians Award Scholarship to Gallaudet Student

It is no surprise to the Quota family, that giving is essential to everything the organisation accomplishes. Time, clothing, food, and supplies are freely donated by Quotarians everyday, embolding Quota’s mission through every service project. 127 more words

Quota International

Moments of growth and learning

It’s been exactly 3 months since I arrived in Washington D.C. I can’t believe how much I’ve learnt in such a short span of time. However, I haven’t had ample time to process and reflect on what I have learnt simply because I’ve been a busy bee racing to meet numerous deadlines over the past 4 weeks. 594 more words

American Sign Language

Deaf Peace Corps Volunteer in the Philippines Used FSL

Sometime last year, I visited Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. with my relatives. I had an appointment to meet its librarian Ms. Diana Moore. I previously had email communications with her because of her interest to have a copy of “Silent Odyssey,” my documentary on Deaf Filipinos for their library collections. 413 more words


Nov. 9: 9th Annual 'Intricate Identities' LGBTQA Conference

Come through  Saturday, Nov. 9 for a spectacular collegiate conference surrounded around the LGBTQA community and how it pertains to race, culture, and ability. Organized in collaboration with American University, Bowie State, Gallaudet University, George Washington University, Georgetown, Univ. 70 more words


Scholar Signs: Visible Language, reviewed. PLUS: The Keller-Bell letters, parsed!

My review of Visible Language, an ambitious original musical in English and American Sign Language being performed at Gallaudet University, is in today’s Washington City Paper… 1,304 more words


Salmon BLT

I am currently in Washington, D.C. for Gallaudet Homecoming for four days.

On Saturday (Oct. 25), the day of college football game, my friend decided to take me to Union Market , which is next to Gallaudet University to have some lunch before heading out to the game. 240 more words

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Scholarships for the Hearing Impaired

by Divya Wodon, Naina Wodon, and Quentin Wodon

Being deaf affects one’s opportunities and one’s ability to live and function in society. One of the most unique institutions in the United States serving the hearing impaired is Gallaudet University, an undergraduate and graduate school located in Washington, DC, that only accepts deaf students and whose staffs and teachers are also deaf. 340 more words

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