By osdhorn

This is a blog for those who care about issues facing college students, and particularly those who attend college and have disabilities.   If you care about these issues, explore our site and make comments on any articles you are interested in.  Also if you want to write a piece for the blog send it to   Remember that any topics that would interest a college student or relate to living with or dealing with any sort of disability are appropriate.  We believe that our blog is a voice — that gives substance to these issues.  Join us and help make the world a better place for those with disabilities.


3 Responses to “About OSDHorn”

  1. 1 Jeffrey C.
    13/10/2009 at 4:47 pm

    Hello to All! (AGAIN)

    Good Idea! I think this is an ambitious undertaking and, potentially, a much-needed forum for our news and views.
    Let’s Party!

    • 2 Daphne
      30/12/2009 at 9:47 am

      Hi everyone,
      I hope everyone did well in their finals. I am looking forward in making a difference in the New Year.
      Take care
      Daphne Cole

  2. 3 D.A. Williams
    17/02/2010 at 5:46 pm

    The MTA needs to get their act together. Two weeks ago approximately 15 students including myself were stranded by the MTA while waiting for the bus after attending late night classes at CSULA. We were waiting for the Bus at the Freeway station. The highway maintenance crews erected barriers and cut off the freeway going into downtown Los Angeles. This was at 10:10pm. We students some of whom are OSD students were forced to hike across the freeway to Ramona Boulevard and wait for MTA Bus #70 to ride into downtown. This is total lack of consideration for students who rely on public transportation. Many OSD students rely on public transportation.

    On more than one occassion the elevator connecting the station to the freeway bridge has been out of order. This happens on rainy days especially. The only alternative to getting to the bridge to walk over the freeway is about four flights of stairs. This is a strenous walk. Some students who are senior citizens and OSD students are put at an extreme disadvantage by this. I have witnessed more than one elderly MTA passenger grasping their heart after walking up the stairs. I am afraid it will take a fatal heart attack by a passenger of some other type of serious mishap to get the MTA to improve their service to students at CSULA. The MTA needs to get their act together.

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