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Graduate Student Stereotypes Redefined

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Stephanie

Boston, MA
United States
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I'm constantly in a 2-2.5 year cycle of growing my hair out and cutting it to be donated to organizations that make wigs for children without hair. I've done it six times now and will soon do it again for the seventh time.

Natasja

Worcester, MA
United States
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I'm currently helping to develop tissue engineering based treatments for osteoarthritis.
Why are you participating?: 

Because I'm sick of people thinking that my racial group is filled with bad people.

Alicia

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Non profit worker dedicated to serving and empowering individuals to take control of their lives by teaching them skills and tools that will help them to live happy, healthy, fulfilling, lives.
Why are you participating?: 

To be a part of a project that promotes loving and kindness by focusing on the similarities in one another and finding connections versus fearing the differences and creating distance.

Hailey

Lincoln, RI
United States
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I participate in random acts of kindness and I am working on my master's degree to become an even stronger advocate for all people with disabilities in various of different settings.
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