Despite barriers, woman reaches her college goal

Adjusting to a different line of sight

ASHLEY MILLER, 23, prides herself on being independent, despite a condition called retinitis pigmentosa that leaves her legally blind. She graduated Saturday with a degree in counseling psychology from Mesa State College.



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ASHLEY MILLER, 23, prides herself on being independent, despite a condition called retinitis pigmentosa that leaves her legally blind. She graduated Saturday with a degree in counseling psychology from Mesa State College.

Ashley Miller can’t read small print or anything that’s written on a chalkboard. But Miller, 23, with bright blue eyes and a sunny disposition, doesn’t live in a world of…




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