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No small feat: Disability advocate and her guide dog approached graduation as they do everything else—together

Marissa Nissley (B’24), a student diagnosed with albinism and a visual impairment, graduated with her service dog Smalls by her side to send a message that having a disability “can be a source of pride and community.”