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Sepe and Bracher: Responsible, Respectful, Ready
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Sepe and Bracher: Responsible, Respectful, Ready

“We need to have a culture of respect because sometimes people, especially people who are in the margins, do not feel as though they are respected here. You know, there’s a great song about it. ‘R-E-S-P-E-C-T.’ These things ring true throughout history, and we need to bring it here at Boston College.”

Wieboldt and Leo: Transparency, Collaboration, Fresh Energy
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Wieboldt and Leo: Transparency, Collaboration, Fresh Energy

“At this point … there isn’t enough actionable change in UGBC organizationally to say, ‘If we do something out of the norm and elect someone that’s so young, you know, is the world going to collapse?’ We really don’t see much how many steps backwards we can take because the organization is not a cohesive unit.”

The Big Questions
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The Big Questions

“I think that the goal is to just grow the new generation of scholars who are interested in world psychology from this truly interdisciplinary perspective to become real experts in the methods that we use in neuroscience and psychology.”

The Story is in the Ice
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The Story is in the Ice

“I wanted to use the camera to celebrate the relationship between humans and nature. And that was a perfect motivation to get myself started. But as my understanding of the art form deepened, I realized that a lot of people have been using the camera over time to celebrate the relationship between humans and nature.”

Trolls on the T
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Trolls on the T

“Racism in America is endemic, bruh. We can mark the creation of this country not on July 4th, 1776 but August 20th, 1619, when the first kidnapped American was brought to this country against his will in bondage as a slave and built the greatness and wealth that neither he nor his descendants would be able to participate in and enjoy.”

Gary Gulman’s Humble Humor
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Gary Gulman’s Humble Humor

“In 2017, I thought about transitioning out of comedy, but then I started to feel a bit better and do some comedy. I wrote new jokes and they were different, and I was encouraged by a quote of Samuel Beckett’s: ‘Try Again. Fail Again. Fail Better.’”

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