UCSC graduate student alumna Rupa Dhillon designed an innovative game for blind and sighted players, named Rock Vibe, which uses digital vibratory technology to enhance gameplay for those who are visually impaired.
Resources for parents with developmental disabilities are few, and many face Child Protective Services (CPS) intervention. The lack of programs representing these parents renders them an invisible population.
As the pressure to excel mounts on many athletes, the possibility for the development of disordered eating rises. From issues of aesthetics to the demand to make certain weight classes, male and female athletes struggle to walk the line between healthy lifestyles and extreme dieting.