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A Deeper Look

Published by Kaelah Brauher
Growing up in a small town in Michigan, I’ve never had much exposure to homelessness. The only homeless people I …
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Published by Emma Crossman
“Philanthropy is changing. By design and by demand. Proactively and reactively” -Brian Crimmins The non-profit sector is one that has …
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A new issue

Published by Aanan Henderson
When I first arrived in Boston I was really interested in understanding the complex and nuanced issue of urban poverty …
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Do Not Walk

Published by Kaelah Brauher
Each morning I wake up, get dressed, walk to Miller St. Residence Hall for breakfast with my friends, then walk …
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The High-Five Man

Published by CM
Each morning on my walk to work, I am confronted by many things. Blasting horns and sirens as the Duck …
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Two Americas

Published by Ryan Dant
Last week during our weekly reflection, our group watched the harrowing documentary “I Am Not Your Negro.” The film is …
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Liberty and Justice for all?

Published by Gianna Miller
July 4th. A day that brings even the most unpatriotic people out to the BBQ wearing red, white, and blue. …
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Storytime at Chelsea City Hall

Published by Esther Badiata
This summer, I’ve had the privilege of working with our Boston community partner Raising A Reader Massachusetts (RAR-MA). RAR-MA is …
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Why are you here?

Published by Chloe McGlynn
Wherever we are, whether it’s DukeEngage Cape Town, Thailand, Orange County, or — like me — Boston, we have been …
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