Living in Darkness: Story of a visually impaired UNL student
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Story and photos by Kelly Morris, NewsNetNebraska
Rachna Keshwani, a junior psychology major at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln was born with the eye condition Retinopathy prematurity, leaving her visually impaired from birth. With the use of tools like Braille and a cane, Keshwani is able to live her life independently while only seeing 20 percent of what those with full vision see.