Join comedian, disability advocate, and Princeton Arts Fellow Maysoon Zayid for fun, candid conversations on Zoom about disabled life at Princeton University. All students who identify as disabled are welcome for the student-focused sessions on October 27, and December 1; disabled faculty/staff for the November 7 session; and the whole University community is welcome to come in-person to the final session on December 5. ASL interpreters and open captioning will be provided; any other accommodations are available upon request. Participants are invited to attend as many of the meetings as they would like. Welcome to the DisCo (Disability Cohort)!
DisCo Sessions Schedule
- Oct. 27
- Nov. 7
- Dec. 1
- Dec. 5 at 4:30-6 PM — Final session for University community meets in-person in the Forum at the Lewis Arts complex
DisCo for Princeton: The Last Dance — On December 5th, comedian, disability advocate, and Lewis Center for the Arts Fellow Maysoon Zayid will tell a comedic tale about spending a semester virtually hanging out with the disability community (DisCo) at Princeton. She will then take your questions. This is your chance to ask anything you’ve ever wanted to know about disability (and probably shouldn’t be asking). There will be snacks!
Join a DisCo Session
All sessions are free. No advance registration required for 12/5 in-person event.
Each meeting will include open/live captioning and ASL interpretation. Guests needing additional accommodations will be able to request them when reserving their spot, and we will do everything in our power to provide them. Guests can also contact the Lewis Center at 609-258-5262 or email LewisCenter@princeton.edu.
For the in-person session on December 5, visit our Venues and Studios section for directions and accessibility information for the Forum at the Lewis Arts complex.