SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — Augustana University began its 104th year of classes this fall, but that rich history can also come with some challenges.

“When buildings were built back then, accessibility wasn’t a topic. Now we’re always looking at what does accessibility mean, how can we change existing buildings and infrastructure to be accessible. Then as we build anything new, that’s a prime part of the conversation,” Rick Tupper, Associate VP for Safety and Logistics at Augustana University said.

In tonight’s eye on KELOLAND, meet the Auggie student playing a big role in those conversations to help make campus more accessible for all students. Her story tonight on KELOLAND News at 10.