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Writer & Advocate

Giuseppe Pagano

 

About Me

Giuseppe Pagano is a writer and disability advocate from Central New York. He attends the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in magazine journalism in May. He seeks to turn his experiences with a physical disability into societal change. He began “The Wheelchair Quarterback” blog in July 2015 to write about his experiences with a disability as well as columns about news, sports, politics. During his time at Newhouse, he has written for The Daily Orange, Syracuse’s independent, student-run newspaper, and other campus publications.

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”

– Helen Keller

 

 

Featured Stories

Helena Schmidt on Cazenovis College campus
Courtesy of Helena Schmidt
OVERLOOKED: Decades after ADA, college students with disabilities fight for inclusion

Ableism persists in the higher education system.

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Jack and Nolan Willis playing esports
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SU twins among those making esports accessible for people with disabilities

Jack and Nolan Willis aim to make esports more inclusive of people with disabilities.

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Demonstrators at Black Lives Matter protest in Manlius, NY
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Teen brings Black Lives Matter movement to Manlius

Frustrated by racism, Leila Abdul-Malak raIses awareness in Manlius.

Read via The Daily Orange