Category Invisibles of Trinity

Past Project – Invisible of Trinity

Invisibles of Trinity – Part V

Invisibles of Trinity – Part V Having Epilepsy is an everyday challenge; since I can have a seizure attack anytime and anywhere – it could be an absence seizure or tonic-clonic seizure. It could occur during lectures or while I… Continue Reading →

Invisibles of Trinity – Part IV

Invisibles of Trinity – Part IV Having an invisible disability is a strange thing. Sometimes you think it’s glaringly obvious like your disability is written across your forehead in permanent marker. You fear that everyone you meet is making presumptions… Continue Reading →

Invisibles of Trinity – Part III

Invisibles of Trinity – Part III Before arriving at Trinity College Dublin as a Computer Science student and even before my diagnosis of bringing on the Autistic Spectrum I was already aware of my difficulties in social encounters, especially in… Continue Reading →

Invisibles of Trinty – Part II

Invisibles of Trinty – Part II Having a disability can be annoying, but so too can waking up at 2 am for a 6 am flight. However, when the Ryanair trumpets play and you look out to see the sparkling… Continue Reading →

Invisibles of Trinity – Part I

Invisibles of Trinity – Part I When I first came to university, I was too shy to ask for help. I knew the Disability Service was there to aid with reasonable accommodations during exam time but I did not know what… Continue Reading →

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