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Annie Murphy
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Annie Murphy

“When I started to come down Comm Ave. after Linden Lane, it was just the coolest experience seeing all my friends and hearing him scream, and it totally got me through the last bit of the marathon,” Murphy said. “So that was totally the hardest part but seeing them just rejuvenated me.”

McKenna Bush
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McKenna Bush

“I came to Boston to run the marathon in college, and I just fell in love with the city,” Bush said. “It’s hard to come to Boston as a runner and not just fall in love with the Boston area. I remember having a thought seven years ago of ‘Oh my gosh, I love this place. I want to live here someday.’”

Reachable Real Estate: Sturdivant Advances Affordability in Housing Market
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Reachable Real Estate: Sturdivant Advances Affordability in Housing Market

“There are a lot of people who are still struggling and who will continue to struggle because affordable housing as a practice doesn’t necessarily serve them yet, and that is gut wrenching,” Sturdivant said. “And I appreciate that because I worked on both sides, and because I come from a family that wouldn’t necessarily be able to even afford some of the affordable housing projects that I work on.”

Benjamin and Spagnola: Inclusivity, Accessibility, and Experience
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Benjamin and Spagnola: Inclusivity, Accessibility, and Experience

“I think right now at BC, we’re at some sort of a crossroads coming out of the pandemic and moving into the University’s future plans for what they want to do with this institution,” Benjamin said. “I’ve expressed my concerns about different things, and they’ve been met with positive feedback from [the] administration. So I’m really hoping to continue those relationships and continue to advocate for students at the highest level because it’s one thing to have a seat at the table, it’s another thing to be heard at the table. And that’s really what I’m all about this year.” 

Kapurura and Wachsmuth: Equity, Transparency, and Accountability
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Kapurura and Wachsmuth: Equity, Transparency, and Accountability

“A lot of people are on the margins for a lot of different reasons,” she said. “That could be [that] your sexual orientation is not societally accepted, or you’re lower income, or you battle with depression or anxiety, or you don’t have the resources you need as an LGBTQ+ student. Those students need to be heard and served, and oftentimes, they are left underserved as the majority benefits.”

Braun Named Recipient of Educational Research Award
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Braun Named Recipient of Educational Research Award

“One of the initiatives in our department … is rethinking how we teach in light of the spotlight that we have on systemic structural racism,” Braun said. “However beneath the surface it might be, to what extent is that part of the way in which we teach quantitative methods when we think that well, quantitative methods are racist? … And so, [we’re] rethinking in a rigorous way our assumptions about what’s worth studying, how we study it, how we interact with different communities, and how we interpret and communicate those results.”

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