Like many fellow classmates, Mohd Abdul Hafiz Abu Tahir, an engineering student at the Universiti Teknologi Petronas (UTP) in Malaysia received his chemical engineering degree last month. However, he did not walk across the stage to receive his scroll. It was not an act of protest. Nor did he forget to show up. His legs are inoperable, and he had to be pushed in his wheelchair. Although he could not reach up to shake the hand of the chancellor, a smile crossed his lips. Owing to a diving accident he suffered in May, Abdul Hafiz is paralyzed from the neck […]
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