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Arunima Sinha — First Woman Amputee to Climb Mount Everest

This is a story of the triumph of will. A story of courage, determination and dedication. A story of hope and resilience in the face of challenges. In 2011, twenty four year old national level volleyball player Arunima Sinha was thrown off a moving train by thieves for refusing to hand over the gold ... Read more

Interview with the Wades

Sometimes you meet people in life that you know are just genuinely good people. They do for others and don’t ask for anything in return. They are happy helping people who need help; and all they want is to see others succeed. Meet John and Lynn Wade: two parents just trying to make sure ... Read more

I will need a few months to rest up

Just wrapped up my summer of teaching motocross classes. I was gone for two months, my main goal was doing AFMX schools but I was also trying to include some mountain biking trips too. I decided to get a trailer/dirt bike hauler since I was going to be gone for so long and was ... Read more

Making Electronic Documents Accessible

Over the last three decades, most Americans have adopted some form of digital link to the internet, whether it is desktop computers, smartphones, tablets or other devices. The internet is not only a major source of news, entertainment and other information, but it has also become a significant channel for connecting consumers and suppliers ... Read more

Diversity, Inclusion and Compliance at Seyfarth Shaw

Seyfarth Shaw was founded in 1945 in Chicago by attorneys Lee Shaw, Henry Seyfarth, and Owen Fairweather. After World War II ended in August 1945, Shaw and Fairweather returned to Chicago from a stint with the National War Labor Board and, together with their senior colleague, Seyfarth, set up a boutique law firm specializing ... Read more

Long Haul Paul — Spare Part or Art?

After six years on the road, my body finally cried uncle and forced me to take a breather for a few weeks. I had been having issues with my arms and neck—pain and numbness—mostly for a few years. Around December of last year, I began to have weakness in my right arm, specifically the ... Read more

Florence Haseltine, MD, PhD, Health Researcher and Wheelchair Protection Inventor

Florence Haseltine, MD and PhD, has more accomplishments than most of us could hope for in several lifetimes. She’s an inventor who designed the Haseltine Flyer, a protective container for wheelchairs that is used on airplanes to help people with disabilities travel more easily. She’s also a biophysicist, a reproductive endocrinologist, and a women’s ... Read more