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"Learning how to live communally can be an adjustment for everyone, so I hope sharing what I have learnt over the past few months will be beneficial to exchange students and full-time BC students alike."
"The holidays should be a time of spreading kindness to those around you, and these cookie bars are the perfect vessel to share love with your friends, family, or classmates. They are not only fun to make but arguably one of the most delicious desserts to sink your teeth into."
“The way in which we conduct our business truly has the heart and minds and best interest of others at hand,” Giovanniello said. “We work with patients and students who may not otherwise have a voice for themselves. … We can do well as a company, but the way that we are going to do well is by doing good.”
“I think I was always really interested in politics and the context of politics, particularly international relations and foreign policy, you know, how countries relate to one another, why they choose to make peace with one another or go to war,” Krause said.
“I think the reason I actually decided to go all in on my business was the fact that I just graduated when the world was in shambles,” Rozynek said. “It allowed me to experience this feeling of fearlessness which I never really felt before.”
"Through sharing my experiences during my year abroad, I am hoping to not only help other international students feel less like they have to do this on their own—we all feel overwhelmed—but also to help BC students understand how unique their experience is."
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"Many of these activities weren’t possible last year because of COVID-19, so read on to find out my tips for getting all that you can out of this fall season."
“It’s kind of like the engineering of the social sciences, so you just crunch the numbers like the engineers, but you talk about it, and you try to make good public policy,” Erbil said. “The very short talk with [my family friend] made a big influence on me.”
“But it was honestly so fun, I had so much adrenaline from it, because I kind of conserved my energy from Heartbreak Hill to zoom down Comm. Ave.,” Yee said. “I loved seeing everyone, my friends started running down Comm. Ave. with me and just cheering and yelling, and then I was going over to everyone's like clapping hands and everything."