By Katie Robinson
Here’s the scenario: you’re at an off-campus party, late at night, and want to get home within the safe confines of a Blue Jay Shuttle. You call, make it outside within two minutes of the shuttle’s scheduled arrival time, and wind up chasing the van down the street as it flashes by, not stopping for anything or anyone.
by Jacqui Nieber
It’s been one year since I tracked the medical and emotional developments within the ALS community through one man: the late John Anderson. And one year ago, the community was boiling over with new discovery, with passionate people ready to conquer this disease that is understood by so few. It was a community on the brink.