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'Deaf' Viral Video Star Sarah Churman Talks Her New Book and The Joy of ...
Sarah Churman first became known to the social media world in 2011 when the video of her hearing for the first time took the internet channels by storm. You may remember the video — and the tears that it caused you at your work desk — which captured ...
Deaf studies program inspires donation
This professorship will be part of the Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Studies within the College of Health and Human Services. As the endowment's name suggests, the money comes to the university from Slotnick, a computer systems ...
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Moving W.Va. Schools for Deaf, Blind considered
Huntington Herald Dispatch
"Children who are deaf, or hard of hearing, have to have enough of a community around them that they can begin to understand how they, as deaf adults, eventually will manage," Boyer said. "How will they bring their own interpreters into a situation for ...
State school board asks about moving deaf, blind schoolsWest Virginia Public Broadcasting
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GCSEs: Big council cuts hit deaf pupils' grades
The latest GCSE league tables this week revealed that the number of deaf children getting five good GCSEs has fallen for the first time since 2007, with just 37% of 1,336 deaf children achieving the benchmark compared with 69% for youngsters without ...
Deaf gorilla feeling right at home at Columbus Zoo
After a life spent hopping from one home to another, the 23-year-old deaf gorilla has successfully established a home and a harem at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. And if all goes well, he'll soon have an heir. “It's fantastic!” gushed head keeper ...