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Announcing the 2019 Holman Prizewinners
We announce the three 2019 Holman Prize winners: Yuma Decaux, Alieu Jaiteh and Mona Minkara after a rigorous, multifaceted judging
Marie Vuong
Student Profile: Marie Vuong
On Monday mornings, adults gather at the LightHouse for The Business of Blindness: Coffee With Mike Cole. Mike, who is
YES Academy student stands over salads made by students for the dinner
A YES Summer student reflects on their first week
The following is a reflection from Amber, a YES Student from LightHouse’s Summer Academy. For more information about YES’ Summer
Red stands triumphantly at the top of Am Buachaille, overlooking the vast expanse of ocean and land. Photo by Keith Partridge.
Blind Adventurer Successfully Completes Extreme Triathlon
On June 22, Blind adventurer Red Szell, age 49, successfully completed an extreme triathlon which included a 10-mile off-road tandem
Murphy stands outdoors at night, surrounded by New York City lights, beside her guide dog, Pretzel.
“In The Dark”: Is This New Show Cutting Edge, Or Are We In The Dark?
This spring, the CW network launched a show titled “In The Dark” which focuses on a woman named Murphy who
A group of girls at Family Camp lean up against each other under the shade of the pool house while hanging out with their counselor, Annalisa.
A LightHouse Staffer on Re-Visioning Enchanted Hills Camp
LightHouse staffer Erin Horne reflects on Enchanted Hills’ legacy and provides an update from camp.
A shot of the shoes and tip of the cane of a person standing at a crosswalk, using a white cane.
Holman Prizewinner launches website to connect blind travelers
On June 3, 2019 Holman Prizewinner Stacy Cervenka launched the Blind Travelers’ Network, an online platform to connect blind and
A black and white portrait of Lois Willson.
A Fond Farewell to a Beacon of Support in the Blindness Community
A tribute to a beloved LightHouse volunteer and leader.
A familiar scene of the bustling pool at EHC during the summer. Campers stand at the edge and swim in the clear blue water.
An Enchanted Hills Camper On Community
17-year-old Karl, who hails from Maui, Hawaii, attended Enchanted Hills Camp for the Blind’s Teen Session for the first time
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