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Bookworm Stereotypes Redefined

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Katie

North Andover, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I visit retired Jesuits every week at a home in Weston. I'm not religious, but I know that by showing up each week and being there to listen, I am doing my best to bring just a bit more happiness to their day.
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I am one of the co-chairs of Uni2Act, a bilingual acting group at the College of the Holy Cross. We are collaborating with the No Evil Project to transmit the message of subverting and rising above labels to our campus.

Meagan

Milford, NH
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I always try to help, anyone and everyone. From paying for someones coffee, to listening to whatever is going on in their life, to holding the door open, to just simply smiling at someone. The smallest thing can make someone's day brighter.

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