ASL club immerses students in language and Deaf culture

Summarized by Matthew Dehler, staff writer

Many modern colleges tend to have many clubs and extracurricular activities. However, the ASL club at the University of Cincinnati is an example of the modern diversity displayed at colleges. The club allows students to socialize with other college students who know ASL. It allows them to engage with the deaf community at large. While many UC students aren’t deaf, it allows them to socialize and communicate in ways not available to other students. While the club has recently gone virtual due to the pandemic, they still have events held online. The club participates in story nights, game nights, as well as nights involving events such as Black History Month.

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