Creighton University Appeals Order Favoring Deaf Student

OMAHA, Neb. ― Creighton University is appealing a federal judge’s ruling requiring it to provide a deaf student with special equipment and interpreters to allow him to finish his last two years of medical school.

U.S. District Judge Laurie Smith Camp ruled in December that Creighton University’s medical school must accommodate Michael Argenyi’s disability. Last month, the judge ordered the Omaha university to pay nearly $500,000 in Argenyi’s legal fees.

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